Do you leave a full line for paragraph spaces in your personal statement?

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AIex4
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This feels like a silly question, but I'm used to indenting (pressing tab) to indicate a new paragraph, and so I did this for my personal statement. However when I preview my personal statement on UCAS it look very untidy, but if I use full lines for a space, my statement exceeds the line limit.

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It’s completely fine as long as the last line of the previous paragraph isn’t completely filled
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It’s completely fine as long as the last line of the previous paragraph isn’t completely filled
Oh, thank you.
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Oh, thank you.
You can't use indents or additional spaces. You should be aiming for a whole-line gap between paragraphs really - see what you can remove/condense to make it work (it may only require a word or two)
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