Do those who see my personal statement see it the way I do on the UCAS.com preview?Watch
The reason I ask is that, I doubt I'm going to be able to include spacing/lines to separate the paragraphs, so I'm relying on structuring the length of lines/paragraphs in such a way that it is easily apparent where new paragraphs start and begin. But I don't want to go to the bother of this if the university admissions team see my personal statement in an entirely different format.
A few universities turn all pss into a block of unformatted text with no paragraphs at all.
You would be better off reducing the size to allow proper line breaks between paragraphs. A more focused and concise ps reduces the risk of something important being missed.
Uni staff are very used to however it looks on their system and we look for the content, not at the appearance.
As above, don't waste space on trying to create artificial paragraphs.
Focus on the purpose of the PS itself - 'I want to study xxx at University because....'