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FAQ: How To Write A Personal Statement For English

Writing your personal statement is never easy in its own right, but applicants have found that our service makes things so much easier. We’re ready to help, and that’s why we’ve compiled a list of questions that we’re often asked. Since we couldn’t possibly cover everything in one document we welcome anyone with concerns to get in touch with us. Of course applicants can always use the form on the front of our site to send us new prompts.

English Statement Questions

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Should I tell a story, considering this is a statement for English?

Tell a story with the idea of illustrating some level of concrete experience in mind.
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What's the hardest part of figuring out how to write a personal statement for English?

Really there’s no one aspect, but the statement itself is extremely important when it comes to the applicant. This is an opportunity for a student to tell a school all about whom they are.
3
May I reuse my personal statement?

Students who are applying to more than one institution should ensure that they’re handing a unique statement into each program, and they mustn’t reuse them. Those applying to several schools might find the questions are slightly different each time anyway.
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What does it mean when people say that I need to find an angle for my statement

Most applicants don’t have a really dramatic story to tell, so they’re expected to find a specific facet of their life to write about. That’s what it means when English experts say they need to find an angle.

Asking a Question

While writing your personal statement might not be easy, it’s harder when questions aren’t asked so applicants are encouraged to get in touch with us today. If there are any concerns we’d be only too happy to handle them. Specific instructions are never a problem, and in fact we’re ready to take on anything like that.