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    Hi, I'm Ibrahim and I would like to do a Law degree at University, but I'm yet to begin my personal statement because I have no idea how to structure or even begin mine. Someone, please help me.
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    (Original post by Ibrahim Diallo)
    Hi, I'm Ibrahim and I would like to do a Law degree at University, but I'm yet to begin my personal statement because I have no idea how to structure or even begin mine. Someone, please help me.
    There's a personal statement tool on this website, I found it really helpful for structuring and beginning my personal statement

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    I would also suggest changing your username to something anonymous. Universities' admissions departments do often run checks on a full name when they get an application in, particularly law and medicine departments.*
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    (Original post by Ibrahim Diallo)
    Hi, I'm Ibrahim and I would like to do a Law degree at University, but I'm yet to begin my personal statement because I have no idea how to structure or even begin mine. Someone, please help me.
    As the above poster suggested, there is a dedicated team/space for this. It'll have resources for you to use, and when the time nears, you can have it reviewed.

    The first draft you write will not be perfect, but the aim is in fact just to get a decent draft and then improve upon it.

    Have a read of this. Not saying it is a good or bad example ( i just googled Law PS)

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...atement:Law_55
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    (Original post by giella)
    I would also suggest changing your username to something anonymous. Universities' admissions departments do often run checks on a full name when they get an application in, particularly law and medicine departments.*
    Thanks for the advise
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    (Original post by Lostrider)
    There's a personal statement tool on this website, I found it really helpful for structuring and beginning my personal statement

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    thanks, where would I find this tool?
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    (Original post by bicks)
    As the above poster suggested, there is a dedicated team/space for this. It'll have resources for you to use, and when the time nears, you can have it reviewed.

    The first draft you write will not be perfect, but the aim is in fact just to get a decent draft and then improve upon it.

    Have a read of this. Not saying it is a good or bad example ( i just googled Law PS)

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...atement:Law_55
    Thanks for your help
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    (Original post by Ibrahim Diallo)
    thanks, where would I find this tool?
    Check the links in my signature below
 
 
 
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