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Hello, I am applying for a postgraduate part-time distance course at King's College London. After opening my application, I saw a window for personal statement, which is optional to fill, with "check requirements for your course" bubble next to it. However, there is no clear mention of it in Entry requirements, while for other, on-campus programmes there is always clearly written if the statement is required. Does that mean I don't need to write it? Should I fill it anyway or would it just create an impression that I can't follow the instructions?
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It’s best you write the personal statement or contact the admissions and they what they say
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As I see, the statement is probably required only if I do not meet academic requirements (and I do). But I am not sure about it.
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(Original post by Elrand)
Hello, I am applying for a postgraduate part-time distance course at King's College London. After opening my application, I saw a window for personal statement, which is optional to fill, with "check requirements for your course" bubble next to it. However, there is no clear mention of it in Entry requirements, while for other, on-campus programmes there is always clearly written if the statement is required. Does that mean I don't need to write it? Should I fill it anyway or would it just create an impression that I can't follow the instructions?
Always do a personal statement!! It'll let kings get to know you as a person and then they will feel more inclined to give you an offer
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