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What should the general structure of my personal statement look like?

Your personal statement should spend two thirds discussing why you want to study the degree you are applying for. This includes explaining what you love about the subject and any experience you have in the area, as well as outlining any extra-curricular activities you take part in.

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Degree: History and Politics (Bachelors) - Newcastle University

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“About Me: Hi everyone I am a history and Politics student, at Newcastle University, with a love for anything to do with History, Biology and overall Science”

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Degree: Philosophy and Literature (Bachelors) - Warwick University

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History
French
Extended Project Qualification
English Literature
Art

“I am a Philosophy and Literature student at the University of Warwick. As a naturally creative person, I have always been involved in the arts; from reading and writing poetry, to arts and crafts. I have hadtwo poems published in Youn...”

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