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How to reference books in your personal statement? watch

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    The UCAS form allows no italicisation, emboldening, or any type of text enhancement. All you can include are alphabets, punctuation marks, numbers, mathematical opeartors,etc. But you can't format any of this.

    Remember the limit of 4000 characters and 47 lines.

    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    The format I used was something like "in Adam's Imaginary book"
    How did you do that kind of formatting? If you really did it, that must quite a long time ago.
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