nihkemsezere
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Is it really necessary to talk about your a level subjects and how they relate to your degree or how they help in the ps? My subjects don’t really relate to what I want to study that’s why.
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The ones that I've looked at (I want to apply for Bio/sciences) don't look at a-level subjects but: a personal experience that ties them to the subject, super-curricular activities they've done to extend their knowledge and some bits on extra-curriculars. I would recommend that you just look around at example ones and seen the sort of structure they've used!
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yes. just stretch as much as you can for example lets say my a levels are computer science but want to study um arabic u can say i have learnt to identify trends and patterns which is a helpful skill allowing me to be more sharper at identifiying the patterns in the arabic language. just talk about generic skills that are useful in many circumstances.
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You don't even need to talk about the skills gained from them as the admissions tutors will know
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It really depends on whether they're actually related and how much else you've done for your subject. I barely mentioned my others (French and Chemistry) at all when I applied for Maths and just focused on all my supercurriculars that were related to Maths instead
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Thanks you so much!!!
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