Personal STATEMENT Booster

Designed by Bamdewanto / Freepik


All universities will require a submission of personal statement (mini version of CV - a brief account of a person's education, qualifications, previous occupations, and a person’s interests that is used typically for admission process) from each student through UCAS system. Personal statement is the only opportunity for students to demonstrate their enthusiasm, potential and suitability. The more competitive the course is, the more likely the personal statement could be the deciding factor, especially when it comes down between the two candidates with very similar academic results. It is therefore very important to be able to provide an interesting consolidated relevant personal statement to be able to stand out from the crowd.

Not only do universities required a submission of each student personal statement but also primary and secondary schools. Every school will seek for specific characters of each child to decide whether the child is suitable or will be able to fit into their society. Here at the Scholar rows, we know what different schools look for in student specifications (social, music, sports or academic aspects). Almost a decade that The Scholars Row has been in contact with many schools around the UK, so rest assure that we have all the right knowledge and tips that will make your child CV standout and get your child a seat into a top school.