Writing a personal statement is a little daunting for all of us, so I’ve put together this guide of tips and tricks, which I picked up while writing mine. I’ve split these tips into three different sections: things to put on your personal statement, planning and writing, and editing. So let’s get into it!
So you already know the basics… You are prepared, you’ve done your research and have practised answering common interview questions.
There is a huge misconception that the only way you can get into STEM is through doing the traditional route which is completing college/sixth form and then attending university to study a STEM subject.
Let’s be honest no one really enjoys networking but it is definitely a crucial skill to help you build your career.
“Whichever internship you will find – go in open-minded. Arguably you will learn the most if you have to figure some things out on your own.”
Deciding if you want to take a gap year is tricky, deciding what to do on that gap year is even trickier, Laura is here to help you.
A 3 step-guide for how to help you decide what to do for A-levels.
Making decisions about the next stage of your education is always daunting, whether it’s your GCSEs, A-Levels or for further education.
Ever wondered what to put on a CV? Look here for handy tips on how to ace your CV.