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Since the personal statement is one of the most important deciding factor to gain admission on any UK higher education institute, I thought I will share some of my experiences and also include tips on how to write the perfect one. My first step was to list down the things needed to include in my statement after a very intensive research over the Internet. I made the following lists for my reference which is an ideal way to start working towards writing a successful statement:. After listing the points that were about make the main body of the statement, I started to think about the following:.
I f you're applying to study veterinary science, a personal statement will be just one part of your application. Chances are you will also have to fill out a work experience questionnaire, do a test and possibly go to an interview as well. Some courses don't even look at the personal statement.