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Gain access to over 370 example UCAS Personal Statements covering a diverse range of subject areas. Every UCAS Personal Statement has been critiqued and edited by a UCAS expert, with every draft uploaded being improved upon until the final draft is ready for submission to UCAS.
You will also gain access to a comprehensive 100 page 'E-Guide to Application to British Universities' written by a StudyZones UCAS expert who has advised generations of students on the UCAS application process.

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Upload your UCAS Personal Statement to a StudyZones UCAS expert who will provide detailed feedback and editing where needed.
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Our UCAS experts have over 20 years experience with university applications within academic institutions as full time teachers where they have been responsible for the administration of applications to university through UCAS, advising generations of students on course and university choices, on the completion of their application forms, personal statement, on their gap year plans, and on their preparation for interviews, including those at Oxford and Cambridge colleges.
After spending time revising and enhancing your essay with your editors suggestions in mind, you can upload a new draft for a second round of editing and critique for as little as £9.99 per uploaded draft. During this time you can ask your UCAS expert any questions you may have, and your Personal Statements will never be made public. This service is also packaged with over 300 example UCAS Personal Statements. Every UCAS Personal Statement has been critiqued and edited by a UCAS expert, with every draft uploaded being improved upon until the final draft is ready for submission to UCAS. As a a bonus, you will also receive a comprehensive 100 page 'E-Guide to Application to British Universities'.

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Q: Hi i would just like to ask if you are able to give me any advice on how to write my personal statement for my ucas form and what i need to include etc and can you tell me the consequences of not putting my As grades on the ucas form when applying to universities will it be a disadvantage or not? thank you so much xxxxxxxx Fats
Answer: In your personal statement you should include:

1. Why you have chosen a particular course
2. Your career intentions
3. Posts of responsibility/ extra-curricular achievements
4. Work experience (related to intended career and unrelated)
5. Hobbies and interests

I think you should include your AS results unless you have declined them (which is unlikely). It will neither be an advantage nor a disadvantage as long as you are applying to universities that match your academic profile (what you have achieved so far and what your estimated grades are for A2)

Hope this helps!

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