What to write in a personal statement if you want to transfer unis? Help 🙏

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I'm doing a foundation year but would like to transfer unis, I was a bit apprehensive as my alevels were pretty bad but I spoke to a few unis and they are still willing to consider my application, I just have to apply through UCAS.
But I'm a bit lost for my new personal statement what sort of stuff should I include.
Should i talk about the modules covered and what I learnt in my foundation year as well as my alevels and why I want to study law? Should I mention why I want to transfer briefly?
I have got somewhat of a rough draft
How should this personal statement differ from my original one.
Any help appreciated 😊
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Transferring from a foundation course isn't the same as transferring part way through the actual degree. Treat it like a normal UCAS application. You don't need to talk about your A Levels or even your foundation degree really - focus on aspects of law that interest you. There's a guide for writing a law PS here: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...tement-for-law
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