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Chemistry Personal Statement (Altered)

This is super! Only one suggestion:

1. My decision to undertake and complete a degree in Chemistry [why not simply 'My decision to undertake a degree in Chemistry'?]

Good luck with your application!

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Chemistry Personal Statement

This is a very strong personal statement. You have lots to say about yourself, show a real interest in Chemistry and it is well-written. I think your final paragraph needs a little attention however. Otherwise, good stuff!

1. Out of school I am involved in Horse Breeding and a Horse Racing Syndicate at Grange Farm Stables. Recently our broodmare visited the National Stud in Newmarket, where she was covered by Silver Patriarch, winner of the St Leger, Coronation Cup and Jockey Club stakes; he also ran in the Derby where he was narrowly beaten by Benny the Dip. The foal is expected in the New Year, where we hope it will have a long, successful career like its mother and father. I have started horse riding lessons; as I spend a lot of time with horses, I would like to be able to ride as well as manage them. // In 2002 I started to teach myself web design; since then I have created four websites including one for High Grange Leisure Ltd and one for the horse racing syndicate. My computer skills extend to journalism where I write articles for BBC North Yorkshire about British Touring Cars.
Yorkshire has its own Touring Car Champion in 2001 and 2002, so I felt that support should be given to the series, as the website didn't provide any coverage. I contacted Nicola Midgley who accepted my request to provide them with articles; I feel that this shows my initiative. // As a sportsman, I enjoy swimming, badminton, trampolining and football. I have applied to join a referee course at my local institution, which means I will become a registered referee. This requires me to be physically fit and responsible as a leader. [this paragraph needs breaking up a little if possible and a closing statement - it ends a bit too abruptly]

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