It is that time of year, when you stare at the large blank computer screen, needing inspiration, hoping for a brainwave to produce an amazing personal statement that will secure you a place at university. You can do it, without phoning a friend or seriously attacking the biscuit barrel. Let us look at how you can ‘sell’ yourself, taking it a bite at a time.
Part of the selection system for a university place requires you to write a brief statement, telling the selectors something about yourself and your motivation for studying psychology. Producing a short piece of work gives the selectors some idea of your potential, which is why it is so important to give yourself time and space to develop the personal statement.
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