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Last year I applied for university and got in through Ucas, but then later had to drop out. I'm now reapplying. I don't know if I need to create a wholenew personal statement and I'm struggling to write a new one withoutcopying what I previously said last year. Would my application getturned down if I use the same statement but just update it? Mydeadline's in 2 weeks.
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(Original post by idek3211)
Last year I applied for university and got in through Ucas, but then later had to drop out. I'm now reapplying. I don't know if I need to create a wholenew personal statement and I'm struggling to write a new one withoutcopying what I previously said last year. Would my application getturned down if I use the same statement but just update it? Mydeadline's in 2 weeks.
You can't plagiarise yourself on UCAS (they match up your accounts), so feel free to reuse some parts and just add in the new stuff from this last year
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Many applicants use the majority of their previous statement but just add anything new and relevant.
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