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Hi,
I'm currently in year 12 studying English Lit, Art and Maths A level and was wondering if the following is going to help my application if i mention this.
So I came to the Uk in 2014, without knowing english and learnt the language within 5 months, achieved good GCSE results and am predicted AAB for my university predictions. I want to study law at University and was wondering whether including this will benefit me. Thank you very much!
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No need to mention your GCSE results or predicted grades in your personal statement as they are already on your application, but saying that you learnt English quickly is definitely something to mention as long as you link it back to why they should take you on to study with them.
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(Original post by thatbadstudent)
No need to mention your GCSE results or predicted grades in your personal statement as they are already on your application, but saying that you learnt English quickly is definitely something to mention as long as you link it back to why they should take you on to study with them.
Thank you!
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If you want this to be mentioned, I would ask your teacher to put this in your reference but honestly it doesnt really benefit you much tbh since you did well academically but it is impressive
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If you want this to be mentioned, I would ask your teacher to put this in your reference but honestly it doesnt really benefit you much tbh since you did well academically but it is impressive
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It's certainly impressive, and I congratulate you for your achievements, but extend upon it - perhaps by saying how this is evidence of your hard-work and dedication to learning, adaptability, etc.

Bonus points if you could directly link it to your university choices.
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It's certainly impressive, and I congratulate you for your achievements, but extend upon it - perhaps by saying how this is evidence of your hard-work and dedication to learning, adaptability, etc.

Bonus points if you could directly link it to your university choices.
Thank you!!
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