Getting started can be tough, but if you approach the task in stages, you will find it easier.
Include information about any relevant job, work placement or voluntary experience – especially if it has helped develop skills and give experience that you wouldn't get through school or college.
Writing your UCAS personal statement can only be done properly when you are sure about what you want to do and why, so don’t start before you do.
Look at the subject and the course details to get a clearer picture of what studying those courses will entail and remember that you can always ring Admissions Tutors if you have any questions.
If you are planning to take a gap year, explain why.
The maximum size of your UCAS personal statement is 47 lines – approximately 500-550 words, size 12 font.