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Performing Arts Personal Statement

Uploaded by mittengirl | Oct 2, 2003 | UCAS Personal Statements
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mittengirl asks:

I am about to write a personal statement for my UCAS form. I am going to apply to do a degree in Drama and or Perorming arts but i havent chosen where. I would simply like to know what sort of information would be needed to make me stand out.

etutor answers:
You need to write about why you want to do the course, your career intentions, your work experience and your hobbies. However, to make it stand out you will need to show evidence of any drama-related activities you have been actively engaged in (e.g school productions, amateur dramatics, drama clubs etc). The more the better!

Hope this gets you started!

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