Thinking about applying for the Primary PGCE at the University? Or considering teaching as one of your Post-grad choices? Well, this blog is the right place for you.
Recent English Literature graduate Amber, shares her top tips checklist of things you need to do before hitting ‘send’ on your UCAS application.
Emily Andrew, a Law (LLB) with Forensic Psychology student gives us some advice about writing your personal statement.
Applying to university soon? Writing a personal statement is a necessary but also daunting part of the process. Describing your hobbies, skills, qualities, reasons for wanting to apply to the course, academic achievements and much more in 4000 characters (47 lines) is very hard! To make it as easy and stress-free as possible, here are my tips on writing a personal statement.
The time has come to complete your UCAS applications and this will involve writing a personal statement. This may seem daunting at first as you have to big yourself up and talk about all your own achievements and successes- but don’t worry! You should be proud to share all the wonderful things you have done!
I distinctly remember how daunting the task of summarising 17 years of hobbies, interests and skills into one piece of A4 was.
Writing a personal statement can be challenging. Not only can you demonstrate why the University of your dream should choose you over your peer, but it is also an opportunity to express and explain what you have achieved, outside of your application form.