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2021 AFC General Discussion

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Absolutely, personal experiences can make your statement more compelling. But, if you want some expert help, I'd recommend checking out writing service personal statement. I used them, and they were fantastic. They have experienced writers who know exactly what admissions committees are looking for.


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Andreas Andreas
Andreas Andreas

Thanks for the quick response! Your tips are super helpful. I'll definitely use that structure. And yeah, I'll ask my advisor for some input. One more thing, should I include any personal experiences or anecdotes?


Sure thing! To structure your personal statement, start with an introduction explaining your interest in the residence. Then, talk about your background, skills, and how they relate to the community. Finally, discuss your goals and what you'll contribute. As for examples, you can find some online, but be cautious about plagiarism. Need more help?


Also, have you considered reaching out to your academic advisor for guidance?

Andreas Andreas
Andreas Andreas

Hey folks, I need some guidance on writing a personal statement for my residence application. Can anyone share tips on how to structure it? What should I include to make it stand out? And where can I get examples for reference? Thanks in advance!


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