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Is writing a good personal statement necessary for admission?

Good evening respected peers. My name is Rachel, a college student. I am seeking admission to a good university nowadays. I have applied to 2 universities and they are asking me to submit my documents along with an admission essay or a personal statement. I wanted to ask if I write that, what should I include and what are the major things that I should avoid while writing it? At one point I think of getting help from a personal statement writer service. Should I do that? I really want to ace the admission and I don’t wanna fail just because of my sloppy writing.

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Amalya’s Answer

Hello Rachel,
When it comes to college admission, personal statement is of crucial importance. It is one of the main aspects of any university application. So be very careful.
The personal statement should include your motivation for applying the programme, your strengths, achievements and interests. Your statement must be grammatically correct and error-free from linguistic point of view. It is your chance to persuade the admission committee to accept you as a student.
Good luck with your applications
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Joseph’s Answer

This is so they cna get an ideal about YOU and what kind of individual you are. Prepare and write this from your heart. Take your time and think about what you want to say but be U and no one else. It is important to be truthful, honest and openly. Write about your current situation, future, and family. Don't be afraid to show feelings and a joke or two.
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Atul’s Answer

In your personal statement, let your true self shine through.
Discover and express your unique identity; it will be effortless for you to do so.
Resist the urge to be insincere, as pretending to be someone you're not won't help you secure admission.
Remember, admissions officers review countless statements and are skilled at detecting dishonesty, even using software to catch plagiarism.
Each individual has a purpose in life beyond just earning a living.
Is there something you're truly passionate about that defines you?
Consider what actions you've taken to establish your own identity.
Wishing you all the best!
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Caitlyn’s Answer

Yes. Get help from your English teacher and your guidance counselor. They will help you get in. After all, they want you to succeed!
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