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Nearly everybody worries about their personal statement. And, with university applications more competitive than ever, it's easy to see why. One-to-one help from a personal statement mentor will help you convince admissions teams of your enthusiasm for and ability in your chosen subject.

Having been accepted into leading UK universities themselves, our tutors know what admissions teams are looking for. They will offer you individual help on structure, content and word choice until you're confident your statement is outstanding. Just as crucially, they can provide invaluable guidance as a proof-reader. Ready to get started? Book a consultation with a personal statement mentor today.

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Joe P. GCSE Law tutor, A Level Law tutor, Mentoring -Personal Stateme...

I have just had my first session with Joe and I found it really useful. He gave me a lot of information on how to start writing my personal statement and I feel that i am more confident about writing it now. Thanks Joe

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Gives good advice and helped me to produce a strong personal statement from my original one. :)

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Harry is really knowledgable and knows his stuff. He communicates really well and helps significantly. Thanks and I look forward to our next tutorials.

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Gave detailed critical feedback on personal statement, very helpful. thanks

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I found it very helpful and im so happy. i dont think theres anything that you could improve on. everything was great. :)

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Lucy R. A Level Psychology tutor, GCSE English tutor, GCSE Psychology...

Fantastic tutorial on Personal Statement, provided good constructive criticism and is very friendly. Thanks!!

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After tutoring one girl went and told all her friends the new explanation I gave her. And she was so excited about what she wrote in the exam she emailed me immediately afterwards.

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