COMMON ADMISSIONS PITFALLS
“How should I write my personal statement?”
Beginning your UCAS application can be daunting. Despite how well you know yourself, writing about your interest towards a subject within 4000 characters can sound like an impossible task. Most students start with writing an introduction or researching into the academic discussion, but there are actually much more strategic considerations than you may think…
“I think I don’t have enough work experiences.”
You might have seen some personal statements with impressive work experiences that showcase passion for a subject. Some of your friends may have done practical research relevant to their applications. Even if nothing from your work experience is relatable to your academic interest, there is still a way...
“How should I prepare for my admissions tests?”
For Oxbridge candidates, you would probably be worrying about admissions tests right after (or before) your application has been submitted. You try to find past papers online but they are very limited...
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