cupcakes87
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helloooo

this is a quick (and probably daft) question but im really not sure

i applied to uni two years ago and obvs wrote a personal statement. im in third year now and going to apply again through ucas. obviously since the last time circumstances have changed i can write other things however, there are parts in my old ps that i would like to keep as they are still relevant.

if i do this, is this classed as plagiarising even though its my own words?

thank you
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(Original post by cupcakes87)
helloooo

this is a quick (and probably daft) question but im really not sure

i applied to uni two years ago and obvs wrote a personal statement. im in third year now and going to apply again through ucas. obviously since the last time circumstances have changed i can write other things however, there are parts in my old ps that i would like to keep as they are still relevant.

if i do this, is this classed as plagiarising even though its my own words?

thank you
From the UCAS Similarity Detection Service Guidance for Applicants:

Your personal statement will not be compared to your earlier applications, if you have applied in previous cycles or schemes.
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cupcakes87
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and i love you

thank you loadsssss
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