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    What exactly are admission tutors looking for in a personal statement on an LPC application form? Are there things that admission tutors particularly like to see in a personal statement? If you're currently studying the LPC or have already completed the course, what did you say in your personal statement?
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    I studied at the College (now Uni) of Law. I forgot all about having to do a personal statement until you brought it up in this thread.

    I would write something along the lines of: I got law degree. I gonna study. I have money to pay for course.

    That should be sufficient to get you in.
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    GDL / LPC providers aren't typically interested in what makes you good for them apart from your wallet. They are not like universities in that regard.
 
 
 
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