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Statement #1

My interest in science dates back to my years in high school, where I excelled in physics, chemistry, and math. When I was a senior, I took a first-year calculus course at a local college (such an advanced-level class was not available in high school) and earned an A. It seemed only logical that I pursue a career in electrical engineering.

When I began my undergraduate career, I had the opportunity to be exposed to the full range of engineering courses, all of which tended to reinforce and solidify my intense interest in engineering. I’ve also had the opportunity to study a number of subjects in the humanities and they have been both enjoyable and enlightening, providing me with a new and different perspective on the world in which we live.

In the realm of engineering, I have developed a special interest in the field of laser technology and have even been taking a graduate course in quantum electronics. Among the 25 or so students in the course, I am the sole undergraduate. Another particular interest of mine is electromagnetics, and last summer, when I was a technical assistant at a world-famous local lab, I learned about its many practical applications, especially in relation to microstrip and antenna design. Management at this lab was sufficiently impressed with my work to ask that I return when I graduate. Of course, my plans following completion of my current studies are to move directly into graduate work toward my master’s in science. After I earn my master’s degree, I intend to start work on my Ph.D. in electrical engineering. Later I would like to work in the area of research and development for private industry. It is in R & D that I believe I can make the greatest contribution, utilizing my theoretical background and creativity as a scientist.

I am highly aware of the superb reputation of your school, and my conversations with several of your alumni have served to deepen my interest in attending. I know that, in addition to your excellent faculty, your computer facilities are among the best in the state. I hope you will give me the privilege of continuing my studies at your fine institution.

(Stelzer pp. 38-39)

Statement #2

Having majored in literary studies (world literature) as an undergraduate, I would now like to concentrate on English and American literature.

I am especially interested in nineteenth-century literature, women’s literature, Anglo-Saxon poetry, and folklore and folk literature. My personal literary projects have involved some combination of these subjects. For the oral section of my comprehensive exams, I specialized in nineteenth century novels by and about women. The relationship between “high” and folk literature became the subject for my honors essay, which examined Toni Morrison’s use of classical, biblical, African, and Afro-American folk tradition in her novel. I plan to work further on this essay, treating Morrison’s other novels and perhaps preparing a paper suitable for publication.

In my studies toward a doctoral degree, I hope to examine more closely the relationship between high and folk literature. My junior year and private studies of Anglo-Saxon language and literature have caused me to consider the question of where the divisions between folklore, folk literature, and high literature lie. Should I attend your school, I would like to resume my studies of Anglo-Saxon poetry, with special attention to its folk elements.

Writing poetry also figures prominently in my academic and professional goals. I have just begun submitting to the smaller journals with some success and am gradually building a working manuscript for a collection. The dominant theme of this collection relies on poems that draw from classical, biblical, and folk traditions, as well as everyday experience, in order to celebrate the process of giving and taking life, whether literal or figurative. My poetry draws from and influences my academic studies. Much of what I read and study finds a place in my creative work as subject. At the same time, I study the art of literature by taking part in the creative process, experimenting with the tools used by other authors in the past.

In terms of a career, I see myself teaching literature, writing criticism, and going into editing or publishing poetry. Doctoral studies would be valuable to me in several ways. First, your teaching assistant ship program would provide me with the practical teaching experience I am eager to acquire. Further, earning a Ph.D. in English and American literature would advance my other two career goals by adding to my skills, both critical and creative, in working with language. Ultimately, however, I see the Ph.D. as an end in itself, as well as a professional stepping stone; I enjoy studying literature for its own sake and would like to continue my studies on the level demanded by the Ph.D. program.

(Stelzer pp. 40-41)

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Write your own awesome personal statement with our COLLEGE APPLICATION ESSAY LAB, which will guide you through the process, providing tips and even more examples along the way.

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The Purdue Online Writing lab offers a guide to writing all kinds of personal statements.

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How to write a UCAS Undergraduate personal statement

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This tool will help you think about what to include in your personal statement, and how to structure it. It also counts how many characters you’ve used, so it’s easy to see when you’re close to that 4,000 character limit.

  • Course descriptions mention the qualities, skills and experience it’s useful to have for each subject – take note of these to help you decide what to write about.
  • Remember it’s the same personal statement for all the courses you apply to, so avoid mentioning unis and colleges by name. Most students choose similar subjects, but if you’ve chosen a variety, just write about common themes – like problem solving or creativity.
  • If you’ve got a question about writing your personal statement, don’t worry you’re not alone. Check out our blogs:
    • five of the most frequently asked questions about personal statements, answered by admissions staff from unis and colleges
    • ten places to find pointers about writing your personal statement

What to write about

  1. Why you are applying – your ambitions and what interests you about the subject, course providers and higher education.
  2. What makes you suitable – any relevant skills, experience or achievements gained from education, work or other activities.

Extracurricular activities

If you do or have done any of these before, they could be ideal things to mention in your personal statement. Or you might be able to organise or start a new activity before you send your application.

  • Clubs or societies you belong to – perhaps sporting, creative or musical.
  • Employment or volunteering – such as vInspired Awards, Step Together or Project Trust)
  • Skills developed with ASDAN, Duke of Edinburgh, National Citizen Service or young enterprise.
  • Science, technology, engineering or maths skills gained with the Crest Awards or Nuffield Research Placements.
  • A higher education taster course at a summer school like Villiers Park
  • You may also be able to get accreditation in personal effectiveness from ASDAN for activities that prepare you for higher education.
  • Study free online courses like FutureLearn or the Digital Business Academy.

International and EU students

  1. Why you want to study in the UK
  2. Your English language skills and any English courses or tests you’ve taken
  3. Why you want to be an international student rather than study in your own country

Mature students

Here’s where you can mention any alternative entry requirements you’ve used – like an Access course or APL – demonstrating the skills and knowledge you’ve gained through your previous experiences.

How to write it

Feel free to use our personal statement mind map and personal statement worksheet for planning your personal statement.

  • Structure your info to reflect the skills and qualities the universities and colleges value most.
  • Write in an enthusiastic, concise and natural style – nothing too complex.
  • Try to stand out, but be careful with humour, quotes or anything unusual – just in case the admissions tutor doesn’t have the same sense of humour as you.
  • Proofread aloud and get your teachers, advisers, and family to check – then redraft until you’re happy with it and the grammar, spelling, and punctuation are correct.

Check the 4,000 character and 47 line limits though – some word processors get different values if they don’t count tabs and paragraph spacing as individual characters.

When you do add it to your application, save it regularly as it times out after 35 minutes of inactivity.

If you’re applying to study Teacher Education in Scotland, you’ll need to make your application through the UCAS Undergraduate scheme. Read dedicated personal statement advice from Scottish training providers about what to include in your personal statement.

European characters and other languages

You can use some ​European characters in your personal details, personal statement, employment and referee details. Some of these will be substituted with UK equivalent characters. Check our Extended character sets substitutions ​ for more details.

  1. To register in Welsh, when you go to the application service ‘Apply’, you can select ‘Cymraeg’.
  2. When you’re logged in to your application you can change the language to English or Welsh on the ‘Options’ page.
  3. The help text in Apply is available in Welsh too.
  4. In Apply you can choose to receive correspondence from course providers and from us in Welsh.

What happens to personal statements that have been copied?

If we find any similarity in your personal statement, your application will be flagged. Then we’ll email an alert to you and your university or college choices and this could have serious consequences for your application.

Want to say more?

If you want to send any more information you can ask your university and college choices if they’ll accept further details.

  • If they agree, you should send it to them, rather than us.
  • After we receive your application, we’ll send you a welcome email that includes your Personal ID – quote your Personal ID along with the further information you send to the unis and colleges, so they can link it to your UCAS application.

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You’ve probably come across a term personal statement while you were reading the list of requirements your college application has to meet in order to be taken into consideration. What’s more, personal statement as well as the statement of purpose is the essential part of your application.

While it’s understandable that you want to get everything done as soon as possible, you should still take some time and focus on each step of the process to avoid common pitfalls. When you know what to include and how to write the application essay it gets easier to complete it.

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Personal Statement Definition

Due to the fact that personal statement is not like other documents you need for college admission, it’s easy to struggle with understanding its primary objective. That’s why it’s necessary to define the term first. Statement of purpose, or personal statement, is a paper or document wherein a student is meant to give concrete evidence of his/her promise as a member of the academic community and depict an image of their personality to the committee.

The personal statement goes by many names including application essay, admission essay, personal essay, reflective essay, and narrative essay. Regardless of the term provided in the application materials, your goal is to represent your full potential, describe hopes, goals, and talents that make you a perfect fit for that college. When writing the statement of purpose, it is necessary to demonstrate how your values, non-traditional educational background, and other factors have influenced the academic career.

There is no one size fits all rule for personal statements. Every student can use their own unique approach to show what makes them ideal for some particular institution.

Types of College Statements

In writing, there is no such thing as one, generic form of anything and personal statement isn’t the exception. We can divide these statements into two forms:

  • The general or comprehensive personal statement – gives a student the maximum freedom regarding the things they want to write. Also referred to as the open topic essay, this type of a statement only has formatting rules you have to follow, everything else is up to you. You just have to create a perfect way to represent yourself and start writing;
  • The response to a specific question – unlike the above-mentioned type of a statement of purpose, this form requires students to answer adequately to a certain question in order to demonstrate their knowledge, expertise, skills, and plans for the future We can also divide personal statements based on the programs, undergraduate and college graduate.

College Personal Statement

College graduate personal statements usually involve questions a student has to answer throughout the essay. This type of admission essay is considered more demanding and advanced. The reason why you’re more likely to write the response to a specific question is simple – the graduate applicant is expected to have a certain level of independent thinking.

By the time they graduate, students develop critical thinking skills and they get more experience in life. As a result, you also have a clear idea of what you want to study further and how a certain program can help you achieve that goal.

Bearing in mind that most graduate programs include some form of financial aid wherein a student has to return for research work or teaching, the applicant has to demonstrate he/she is capable of that work. This explains why a vast majority of personal statements for graduate students focus on applicants’ academic and professional interests rather than vague subjects.

Undergraduate Personal Statement

Application essays for undergraduate students usually fall into the category of general or comprehensive statements. You have the liberty to write a statement that shows your motivation, inspiration, and other factors that make you an ideal candidate.

Why do undergraduate students write open topic essays instead of a response to a certain question? At this point, a student is eager to learn, start a new chapter in life, and finally step into the adulthood. That being said, the applicant doesn’t really have any idea of what will come after college.

For students who want to enroll in the underground program, the focus is on demonstrating how he/she has explored interests and world around them. They talk about their passions and desires while demonstrating how they relate to other people, forms opinions, and show a glimpse of their personality.

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Writing a Personal Statement

Thousands of thoughts go through our mind on a daily basis, but when we’re supposed to sit down and start writing it’s difficult to think of something usable. The problem becomes even worse when the text you have to write can make or break your chances of getting your application accepted. No need to despair! With a few simple tips and tricks, you can create your personal statement easier than you thought.

Guidelines for Writing Personal Statement

The personal statement isn’t something you should do just to “get it over with”, this type of essay requires a lot of thinking and analyzing. You have to evaluate your own hopes, dreams, passion, motivation, academic success, or even high school education (if you’re just about to enroll into the college) and many other things before you determine what and how to write.

To make this process easier for you, follow the guidelines listed below:

  • Take a few moments to think of information you want to include (or how to answer a specific question);
  • Create a draft without focusing on word count and character length, just write whatever comes to your mind;
  • Don’t rush, take your time. You don’t have to complete your personal statement in an hour or a day;
  • Consider a dictionary your best friend, it will help you avoid overusing some words. Plus, your personal statement should also demonstrate vocabulary skills;
  • Focus on your strengths, but mention specific examples rather than making it look like you’re bragging;
  • Don’t compare your personal statement to someone else’s. Two people have different experiences and views of the world around them;
  • Read it out loud to see whether it seems right.

Structure and Format of Personal Statement

The secret to a high-quality personal statement is in the format. Let’s take a look at the outline you should follow:

Short Introduction

At the very beginning of the admission essay, start by briefly introducing yourself, interests and motivations. This is a short paragraph that acts like a hook, it catches a reader’s attention and makes them interested in you and your personality.

Academic interests and achievements

Regardless of whether you’re undergraduate or graduate student, there’s always something you can write about your education so far. Don’t exaggerate anything, focus on facts and show your interests, achievements, or plans you have for your academic life.

Graduate students can also include a description of specific classes they’ve taken and professors they’ve had.

Background Experiences

If your task is to write an open topic essay, then it’s useful to dedicate a paragraph to background experiences which aren’t directly related to academic life but have made a major influence on your life and education in general.

Extracurricular Activities

This isn’t about hobbies and other stuff. Instead, you should focus on extracurricular activities associated with your field. For example, you can list projects where you participated, volunteer work, and other activities you joined outside the school, but greatly contribute to your choice of the study program, college, etc.

Publications or other Professional Accomplishments

In this paragraph, students can briefly mention publications where their works were published. This is primarily reserved for graduate students who have already participated in some academic researches.

Why You’ve Chosen the Specific College/Program

It’s always useful to describe why you’ve chosen the specific college or program and if you haven’t done it somewhere above, now is a good time to add this info.

Conclusion

Conclude your personal statement with a strong paragraph where you’ll summarize your greatest strengths that make you a perfect person for the specific program.

How to write a good Personal Statement

You know the basic guidelines and format for your statement of purpose, but to write a great essay, you should also follow these tips:

  • Write in an enthusiastic, concise, and natural style;
  • Try not to overdo it with humor, your admission officer may not have the same sense of humor so it won’t accomplish anything;
  • Think about the message you want to convey and work your way to it;
  • Avoid general commentary;
  • Use examples;
  • Be careful with controversial comments and expression, try to avoid them;
  • After you’ve written the first draft, start editing and proofreading to ensure your personal statement meets required word count.

What to include in a Personal Statement

To impress the committee, your personal statement should:

  • Explain why you want to study the course;
  • Provide evidence to demonstrate that not only you meet all the criteria, but also that you took the time to research the course or profession;
  • Outline how you’ve pursued the interest in a chosen subject beyond the current syllabus;
  • Depict why you chose that particular college for your academic education;
  • Reflect on your experiences and explain what you’ve learned from them and how they helped you develop interest in a certain subject;
  • Demonstrate transferable skills;
  • Show that you are a critical thinker;
  • Mention the long-term goals.

Now that you know what to include in your personal statement, here are some things you should leave out of it:

  • Don’t copy and paste your old personal statement;
  • Too personal and irrelevant information;
  • Over-used clichés;
  • Random lists;
  • Unproven claims;
  • Vague expressions;
  • Exaggeration;
  • Negative comments or excuses.

Personal Statement Examples

It’s all about practice and proper topic selection (if you have the liberty to do so). The more you write this type of essay, the easier it will be to create it for your college admission. Below, you can see examples of personal statement essays for both graduate and undergraduate students.

Personal Statement for College Examples

  • What are the reasons you wish to pursue the graduate program and how does it relate to your career goals?
  • What are your qualifications for admission?
  • How do you see your career in five years from now?
  • What are the experiences in your academic life that shaped your interests in the graduate program?
  • What are the greatest challenges your profession faces right now and how will this graduate program help you overcome them?

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There was this one specific day in school, I was having a rollercoaster of emotions. My boredom slowly turned into anger that’s when I pulled out my journal. During that one sitting, I wrote six poems. I looked back at my writing and I was proud of myself, proud that I turn my negative emotions into something creative and positive. From that day on I always carried around that journal from essays to poems, even if I didn’t write in it knowing that I could anytime I needed gave me a sense of security. It seems to give me power over my emotions. However ever since I started carrying my journal I noticed in school whenever I would take it out people would stare trying to catch a glimpse of my words. Before I used to conceal and hide my pedophile that I wrote in my journal, but now I handed them my book I haven’t told them to write a page. I was not only becoming more creative in my writing but I was the coming more confident. I can say I’ve changed my mindset thinking if having a journal impact of me like this it could help someone else. I saw people face light up when I handed them my book to write in they felt special. Soon my journal became a gallery of peoples emotions.

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Undergraduate Personal Statement Examples

  • Discuss accomplishment, event, or realization that sparked personal growth and a new understanding of yourself and others.
  • Recount a time when you faced a challenge or setback.
  • How did it affect you and what did you learn from it?
  • Describe a problem you solved or an issue you would like to solve.
  • A person who inspires you.
  • What do you want to accomplish in life?

Sample Personal Statement

We live in the 21st century, in the era of the internet and media. It is safe to say that media is the most powerful entity on the planet. Education is vital for every individual as it shapes our views of the world and prepares us for a career that comes after. I wish to combine media and education in order to fulfill my ambition to become a journalist. Although media is a force to be reckoned with, we witness the rise of low-quality journalists who focus on clickbait posts and reports. I want to use the platform to raise awareness of important issues and give my contribution to society.

Experience is everything, and despite the fact I am not a person who spent years working as a journalist, my education has given me a solid foundation where I can build my career. Throughout my high school education, I have worked as an editor of school papers and website. Not only did I report current events, but I also strived to address common concerns of my fellow students, spark debates which contributed to major changes that improved the learning experience and atmosphere among students.

Thanks to my strong work ethic, reaching any deadline is not a problem and my curiosity motivates me to learn more. Reasons I want to enroll in this program are numerous. Based on my research, it was easy to conclude this is the program that will help me become the journalist I really want to be. The program will help me improve writing skills, master the art of journalism, and grow on a personal and professional level.

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