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    I have a deadline for my personal statement 1st draft by Wednesday and I don't know where to start. I'm thinking of sports science or something along those lines. my reading material is things like 'new scientist' and I've read things from the sports psychologist Steve Peters. I also have a huge interest in sports as hobbies and have played them my whole life. Ive been on a Mensa day at huddersfield university but it was forensic based, should i still include this even though the topic is irrelevant? and if so how?

    any help is much appreciated i don't know where to start or how to include things and what to include.
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    Have a look at course structures and read around those topics. Think about any relevant transferable skills gained from anything not directly relevant and talk about those.
 
 
 
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