6 Essential Actions to Prepare a UCAS personal statement that gets a ‘Yes!’ Every Time
You know you want to go to university but you're in a bit of a panic about the UCAS application process. Never fear, I'm holding a free, live workshop that's going to cover how to;
- Learn more about the subject you want to study at uni so that you can prove you’re a passionate and resourceful student who’s perfect for the course
- Get relevant experience from the things you’re doing anyway so that you can show that you have the right personal qualities and skills for the course you want to study
- Turn this impressive experience and knowledge into an outstanding personal statement
The workshop takes place on Monday 11th July at 8pm. Sign-up below to get your access link and free download.
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Frequently asked questions
- Who's hosting the event? That'll be me. I'm Lucy Parsons. I empower 15-18 year olds to get the top grades and into the best universities. I got 5 A Grades at A-Level then went on to study at Cambridge University. After that I became a teacher. When I wrote my UCAS statement I was accepted to all the universities I applied to – all of them top-notch institutions (UCL, Durham, Nottingham, Edinburgh and St Andrews as well as an interview at Cambridge).
- How do I attend the live event? Once you've signed up, I'll send you a link to where the event it taking place. At the time of the event (8pm, 30th June 2016), just click on the link and you'll be there. It's probably best to view it on a desktop or laptop computer, but you'd be able to see it on a tablet or smart phone.
- How does it work? It's basically a live video stream from my computer to yours. You'll be able to see me and anything that I want to show you on the screen. We can meet each other in cyber-space. You can even ask questions! I use Google Hangouts on Air to broadcast the workshop.
- How much does it cost? Nothing, it's free!
- Do I need anything else? Nope. Although, if you've got a Google account (Google+ or Gmail) then it's not a bad idea to be signed in to that while you view the webinar.