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Hello, in my personal statement I mentioned winning competitions in the field I want to study and that I participated in seminars (but not all by name). Can I somehow send in the certificates I received there, as proof as well as simply so they know which ones I mean? (there are too many as to name, I don't have that much space left in my PS.)
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They don't care enough to chase you up on that. If you have an interview they may well ask about it but what matters is how you relate it to wanting to study the subject

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(there are too many as to name, I don't have that much space left in my PS.)
what a flex
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They don't care enough to chase you up on that. If you have an interview they may well ask about it but what matters is how you relate it to wanting to study the subject


what a flex
sorry it might've seemed like that. Just wanted to avoid answers like "just list them your PS". And thanks!
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Yeah, they most probably won't need to see proof of something like that but for future reference you'd scan them in and send a copy digitally either by uploading to UCAS or via email.
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Yeah, they most probably won't need to see proof of something like that but for future reference you'd scan them in and send a copy digitally either by uploading to UCAS or via email.
How do you upload something to UCAS? can't find a panel for something like that - or what email would I send them to?
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How do you upload something to UCAS? can't find a panel for something like that - or what email would I send them to?
No you would send them to an individual Uni if they asked for them, not to UCAS
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How do you upload something to UCAS? can't find a panel for something like that - or what email would I send them to?
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No you would send them to an individual Uni if they asked for them, not to UCAS
Apologies, it's been 8 years since I used UCAS so I'm a bit rusty!
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The Uni would request them if they needed them. They almost certainly won't require of evidence of subject prizes and suchlike.

As above, the certs are almost irrelevant, it's your writing about the experiences and they relate to your interest to the subject in your PS which is important.
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UCAS won't care about them tbh.
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