Writing a personal statement – Level 2 Group 1 – class notes – 9th May 2016


  1. Level 2 ESOL Skills for Life Reading – sample onscreen test – Health and Safety

  2. Level 2 ESOL Skills for Life Reading – sample onscreen test – Me and My Community

  3. http://www.examenglish.com/IELTS/cbIELTS_reading.htm

  4. If you get a pass mark of 68% or more in your exam practice move on to 3. If not go straight to 9……….

  5. Decide what you want to do in September

  6. Write a personal statement on paper

  7. Type up, rewrite your personal statement.

  8. Copy your statement into a Word document. Save it. Grammar check and spellcheck it.

  9. Use a thesaurus to make your language more varied and interesting.

  10. Get a friend to read it. Does it make sense? Get your teacher to read it.

  11. Or just do more exam practice!

Personal Statements By Subject on studential.com – all of our personal statement examples can be browsed below in alphabetical order by subject. Hopefully these will provide you with inspiration for writing your own statement, but please do not plagiarism them or UCAS will penalise your application.

What makes you stand out from the crowd?

Today’s words:

enthusiasm noun

B2 [U] a feeling of energetic interest in a particular subjector activity and an eagerness to be involved in it:One of the good things about teaching young children is theirenthusiasm.After the accident he lost his enthusiasm for the sport.I just can’t work up (= start to feel) any enthusiasm for the wholeproject.

[C] a subject or activity that interests you very much:One of his greatest enthusiasms was yoga.


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