Drama on the UCAS Lane

having written, re written and re-re-written countless drafts of my “perfect” personal statement I have now been sidetracked to this blog. My poor neglected I’ll-visit-you-once-a-month-honey-blog.

With the shocking aftermaths of the spicy chicken tika nan I built this morning for work I’ll dive right in. Dragon fire and all…

Personal Statements.

Use capital letter here and O-M-G don’t use capital letters there!

for Gods sake NEVER EVER to the DEATH OF YOU put quotes in your P-S!

It’s four thousand CHARACTERS NOT LETTERS dimwit

And numbers MUST BE WRITTEN in letter form understand?

FOCUS on the modules you’ll learn

Dude, they know what they’ll give you! BUT WHAT THE HELL can YOU give them?

is that even the way to use a semi-colon?

Sweetheart it totally needs to be personal but totally formal but totally truthful but totally positive but totally enthusiastic but totally seriously committed to it.

And that is the reality behind a genuine personal statement. Only I’ve found that once you understand your subject matter you flow through brilliantly.

Want to know the bitter part?
EDITING and SPLICING and SHRINKING to fit the quota required.

If it’s not evident in the entry, this is actually a Good luck gals and guys of all ages and races! May you get the choice you want and may the years ahead be epic! Xxx

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