Why use our personal statement proofreading service? Well, think of it this way – you have just 4,000 characters to convince the university you choose that your are a quality applicant and entice them to make an offer. That is not a lot of words so no character can go to waste. Therefore it makes sense to get your personal statement proofread and edited by expert editors who can help you maximise the space that you have.
A personal statement can be key to your future. Why leave grammar errors and spelling mistakes to chance? By using our personal statement proofreading services we will help you achieve a flawless and error-free document.
Our personal statement proofreading service considers the following:
NOTE: WE DO NOT REDUCE THE CHARACTER COUNT
Years of experience: Our experts have written their own personal statements – and proofread even more!
The personal statement is an essential part of your UK university application – essentially an essay about yourself – and that is why it is so important. Our proofreaders have experience writing and proofreading hundreds of personal statements over the years.
Why is the personal statement so important?
Well, the personal statement is an opportunity to demonstrate what makes you unique apart from just your name and UCAS number.
Dear staff, thank you very much for all your help and support. Now the personal statement is impeccable! Best regards – Stefano G.
As a personal statement needs to have past examples from your own life and to talk about your personal experiences, hobbies and goals, you might find that you don’t want to edit certain parts of your writing because it’s too personal and you might remove something important. This is where an editor can help to remove irrelevant or repetitive parts to make your personal statement more concise, professional and polished.
Some of the things that you should put in your UCAS personal statement are:
Get the expert wordsmiths on your team and contact London Proofreaders today for a chat.
What to check how long your personal statement is? We have a great tool here.