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    It's accounting, finance,maths,economics & statistics.

    Any useful help or advice guys, please?
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    They're similar enough. You shouldn't really have much trouble, just talk about the shared themes and why they interest you.
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    (Original post by Jeeves CP)
    It's accounting, finance,maths,economics & statistics.

    Any useful help or advice guys, please?
    You d need to pick one really, you can't write a statement for multiple courses .
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    (Original post by Jeeves CP)
    It's accounting, finance,maths,economics & statistics.

    Any useful help or advice guys, please?
    I applied for two different courses but they were related. As your choices are quite similar (I'm guessing they're all maths based?) you can just not name the exact course 'I want to do accounting' but rather say 'I want to do this course because...' so that it applies to all of them.

    Just treat it the same as a usual personal statement, try to make sure you mention skills/why you want to do it/ previous work experience you have that would suit all of the subjects but don't make it too generalised.

    Sorry I don't know how helpful this was but it can be done (I've known some people to write a personal statement for sport and history) just try to sell yourself as best as you can.
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    (Original post by Ellai)
    I applied for two different courses but they were related. As your choices are quite similar (I'm guessing they're all maths based?) you can just not name the exact course 'I want to do accounting' but rather say 'I want to do this course because...' so that it applies to all of them.

    Just treat it the same as a usual personal statement, try to make sure you mention skills/why you want to do it/ previous work experience you have that would suit all of the subjects but don't make it too generalised.

    Sorry I don't know how helpful this was but it can be done (I've known some people to write a personal statement for sport and history) just try to sell yourself as best as you can.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    You d need to pick one really, you can't write a statement for multiple courses .
    I'm assuming this guy is talking about something like MORSE at Warwick rather than applying to all 5 subjects.
 
 
 
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