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    I'm applying for 4 different courses. They are:
    Education Studies
    Health and Social Care
    Psychology
    Early Years and Child Development


    Basically, how do I link them all together so my personal statement suits all of them rather than just leaning towards one. If it helps I do want to be a teacher but I'm not 1000% on career yet.

    It's driving me crazy because Im already late applying so can't have a sucky PS.


    Thanks guys !!
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    there's a link at the top which says 'personal statements', check it out
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    (Original post by alexandrajackson.)
    I'm applying for 4 different courses. They are:
    Education Studies
    Health and Social Care
    Psychology
    Early Years and Child Development


    Basically, how do I link them all together so my personal statement suits all of them rather than just leaning towards one. If it helps I do want to be a teacher but I'm not 1000% on career yet.

    It's driving me crazy because Im already late applying so can't have a sucky PS.


    Thanks guys !!
    To be honest, there's probably going to be too much difference between those courses for one personal statement to work for all of them. At some point soon you're going to have to decide which you want to study, better to do so before you apply so you can write your statement accordingly.
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    (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
    To be honest, there's probably going to be too much difference between those courses for one personal statement to work for all of them. At some point soon you're going to have to decide which you want to study, better to do so before you apply so you can write your statement accordingly.


    I've already been a student studying history, didn't enjoy it. So with bring past the deadline I've just gone for different things that I am interested in and would be excited to study, which I have the correct points for in hope of getting in. Advice?
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    I think you should narrow it down a bit more. I mean they do all overlap in some way or other if your wanting to go into teaching. I'd suggest you study Psychology but then I am bias


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