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    Hello lawyers of student room

    I would really appreciate just a little bit of advice here regarding how I should present how exactly some of my A-level subjects will help me read law for my personal statement. The main two that I have a problem with are Govt. and Politics and even more difficult, Biology.
    I don't need anyone to tell me how to write it or anything, just would appreciate it if someone could just tell me which aspects of the courses I should talk about.
    Politics I know must be relevent somehow, but I'm just not sure what to say. Biology I am completely lost on.
    If someone could help me that would be great.

    Thank you in advance.
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    Politics gives you a good grasp of government and the nature of society that we live in.

    Biology is something different, allows you to be more analytical and well-rounded as a student. Something like that.

    Although it's meant to be a PERSONAL statement, so maybe you should think harder about why you chose those subjects and what skills you think you've learned. Writing a PS is an awesome chance for self-analysis and self-reflection. Don't waste it asking for canned responses that you think will impress the admissions people.
 
 
 
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