Extra curriculars section advice for personal statementWatch
Any advice on how to tackle this section? Can i put extra curriculars from nearly a decade ago?
Your PS should focus on your course and your interests and activities related to your chosen course
I, controversially, think that if you can fill your PS by talking about your subject, you probably should. If you can talk about the reading you've done relevant to your course, and any other activities you've done that is relevant, you can probably skip out extra-curriculars altogether.
However, if you wish to go with prevailing wisdom, you can pull something out about video games or films I'm sure, as long as you elevate it slightly beyond "I like to watch films." I'm not saying it can be a lie when you say "I enjoy examining filmmaking techniques and looking at how directors translate meaning onto the screen" but they're not very likely to look awfully far into it.