What do the Admissions Tutors want to see in your UCAS Personal Statement?

Tutors like well-rounded, responsible individuals, who have a range of interests and are well-organised enough to cope with university-level study. They are looking for motivation and potential and expect the statement to relate to your choice of course.

Admissions Tutors can become stressed and exasperated because for every good personal statement, there are plenty of terrible ones. Tutors will read hundreds of personal statements, many of which are dull, so make yours interesting!