I'll be studying physiotherapy next year (hopefully) and I was wondering what are the most necessary/important things to include in my personal statement for the subject - I'm also finding it hard to express my personality throughout the personal statement.
I've looked at a few university links and they've mentioned:
Reasons for choosing Physiotherapy
Interests & hobbies/Relevant extra-curricular experience
Your long-term ambitions: why exactly do you want to be a physiotherapist?
Really struggling to form sentences or get a start on some of these questions, however, I have completed half of my first draft. Could anyone give me any tips or ideas on what would be good to include?
Thanks in advance!
Physiotherapy Personal Statement watch
- Thread Starter
- 17-08-2014 20:54
- 17-08-2014 23:20
Skills you think are required for physios
Basic knowledge of different areas of physio
Possible challenges in physio
Posted from TSR Mobile
- PS Reviewer
- 17-08-2014 23:27
Have you tried the personal statement builder?
If you're struggling to form sentences, don't. Make a mind map or list of bullet points of ideas. People usually find this easier on a large sheet of paper with coloured pens, but you could do it on the computer if you must. Just write very brief ideas - even if it's just one or two words. Even pictures might help.
Personal statements take a lot of drafts to get right. You're not going to get something perfect straight away.