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Reapplying after a failed application - sopenshaw - 11/10/2010

As I didn't get the grades I needed last year, I am now reapplying this year. What I want to know is if I need to completely re-do my personal statement or if I can use the same one this year? Do I need to put in what I am doing this year?


RE: Reapplying after a failed application - kmcleod - 22/10/2010

I think you'll need to do a whole new application, and you're probably better to re-write your personal statement anyway, make sure it's current and explain why you deserve a place this year, how you've grown since last year.


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