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    So I am currently writing my PS for PP courses (Philosophy and Politics dual honours) I am using the TSR PS builder to help, my issue is with the "how have your previous/current studies set you up for uni" section. I am currently studying an access course in Business/Law, largely irrelevant to the subjects I'm applying for.

    Is it more worth me just talking about my motivations as a mature student for this section, and ignoring the current studies bit?
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    (Original post by "mature"student)
    So I am currently writing my PS for PP courses (Philosophy and Politics dual honours) I am using the TSR PS builder to help, my issue is with the "how have your previous/current studies set you up for uni" section. I am currently studying an access course in Business/Law, largely irrelevant to the subjects I'm applying for.

    Is it more worth me just talking about my motivations as a mature student for this section, and ignoring the current studies bit?
    Yes. Focus on what you’re looking forward to studying
 
 
 
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