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hello and good afternoon everyone and.welcome to day three of Havering online.futures week so yesterday we heard from.Z and from Jake from Middlesex.University London and they were talking.all about how to budget while you're in.university and giving you lots of advice.on things like student loans and grants.bursaries hardship funds all that really.useful information you need about.finance and when you go to university so.we really hope you enjoyed the sessions.and so today we're thinking about the.application process for university so.when do you start applying how do you go.about it so Charlie Byfield from the.University of Roehampton.is going to be telling you all about.that today I'm introducing you to some.terminology such as you cast and.clearing all that sort of stuff and say.yeah before we get started and we expect.you all run into the swing of things by.now but just a couple of reminders for.you so you'll see in the YouTube.description a small survey so it's a.really brief survey Feeny's complete.which will allow you to submit your.questions to ask charlie and she'll.answer those at the end of the session.for you so do make sure you complete.that survey so we can answer your.questions and we also ask as well.and that you have a piece of paper and.pen at the ready so you can take lots of.notes and make sure you're absorbing all.that really useful information about the.university application process um and.finally and I'm just going to go through.what we've got coming up for the rest of.the week so Monday we had our subject.tasters which we hope you really enjoyed.they're still available we're going to.leave them up for you so do take a look.at those for some great subject tasters.on psychology and graphic design and.computer science so do check those out.and yesterday as mentioned we heard from.Middlesex University about Student.Finance today we're going to hear from.Charlie about applying to university and.tomorrow we're going to hear from Joe.from Queen Mary University.and he's going to be telling you about.degree apprenticeships so do make sure.you tune in for that one as well and I'm.finishing off this week we'll be hearing.from Ella who will be giving you lots of.tips on how to stay motivated while.you're working at home and when you go.to university you'll be and doing lots.of independent study so she'll be giving.you lots of tips and useful advice on.how to stay motivated and we think.you'll find that useful and for now as.well okay so that is it from me so I'm.going to hand over to Charlie bye field.now who's from and the University of.Roehampton.and she's going to be telling you all.about how to apply to university so over.to you Charlie and I'll stop sharing my.screen now hi everyone I hope you're.doing well I'm just gonna put my screen.on full screen there so you can see.hopefully can see everything there okay.fab so yeah my name is Charlie and I've.worked for the University of Roehampton.as a higher education advisor I just.want to start off by reiterating how the.questions feature works so if you'd like.to ask a question at any point whilst.I'm presenting you can write in a.question through the menti link you'll.find in the description of this video.whilst I'm talking please feel free to.use the code provided and write in your.questions the code is in the description.but just to say out loud is four zero.eight zero one three so if you have any.questions then you can write them in and.then at the end of my presentation we'll.go through and I'll answer as many.questions as I can so this webinar is.going to sorry there we go there I am so.this webinar is going to talk you.through the application process for.university it can be a very daunting.time for a lot of people getting to.grips with and new platforms such as new.cast that you might not have used before.in order to make such a huge huge.decision like going to university so I'm.going to try and make it a little bit.more understandable for you in this.webinar presentation by the end of this.you should.know what to expect when you're applying.for University and you should be.familiar with the UK's website and some.terminology that you may come across.I'll also be giving you throughout some.tips and advice on personal statements.and that portion of the application.process and hopefully alleviating some.worries you may have about the.application season as a whole so there's.a lot to cover over the next 40 minutes.or so so let's get started so just to.give you some context at the January.15th deadline in 2019 560 1420 you cast.applications were made to universities.in Great Britain so that's a lot of.applications that figure should help you.understand why it is so important to.make the best UK application possible.and therefore make sure that you put in.all the preparation before that because.in order to stand out from the crowd.you're you cast application will have to.be unique interesting to read and key.permission esteems engaged it is your.opportunity to sell yourself and all the.wonderful things that you've already.achieved so make sure that you do take.the time to include as much interesting.content as possible so you have a think.about you can have a think about what.are the top things admissions teams will.look for when reviewing your application.and that's what we're going to look.through throughout this presentation so.I'll come to back to that at the end so.have a think about throughout this what.you think are the top things admissions.teams will be looking for when they are.reviewing your application so before we.look at the process as a whole and I'm.going to talk you through every stage of.the application process there's a lot of.terminology that you'll need to get your.head around before I start with the.stages and they can all be found on the.You Cass website and there's a lot of.ways that you will come across you'll.need to understand before you do get.started with the application so it's.probably best that we go through each.term on this next slide and I can give.you a brief definition of each one so.the process does make a bit more sense.when we get into it the first up is you.Cass itself this is when you've probably.already heard of this stands for the.universities and colleges admission.service for the UK this is the main.service for UK undergraduate.applications as well as other services.they run.such as you cast conventions you cast.Conservatoire you cast teacher training.and you cast postgraduate so they are.the main universities and colleges.admission service in the UK the next.term is tariff points so the you cast.tariff is the system for allocating.points to the different qualifications.you can use to get into an undergraduate.education institution if you're studying.a levels B techs and extended projects.or other level 3 qualifications then.they will all hold a certain amount of.tariff points that can be used towards.your entry requirements for university.you can use the online you cast tariff.point calculator to check how many.tariff points your qualifications are.worse so when you get to a stick form.college or whatever you decide to do the.qualifications that you gain we'll get.you all get tariff points from them.they're sometimes called you cast points.as well that's the same thing so yes so.that's what tariff points are the next.word is deferral so in your application.this is basically what you do if you'd.like to carry an offer over to start the.following academic year so if you're.amazing offer but you'd like to take a.gap year or take a year out for whatever.reason then you can defer your offer and.that's what deferral is so in terms of.offers the first one we're going to talk.about is conditional this is in regards.to the offer type you may get from a.university universities will make you.offers subject to certain conditions so.to be accepted on the course you'll need.to meet these certain conditions usually.this is related to exam results in.grades this is a common type of offer.for students applying directly from.further education so if you go straight.from sick form or college straight into.University and you're waiting for your.results your you will get a conditional.offer under the conditions that you meet.the terms that the university are asking.for the other type of offer you could.receive is an unconditional offer and.this is an offer of a place on a course.with no conditions so the place is yours.if you want to take it they are just.making you a straight-up offer with no.conditions so that's the other offer.type you can get another term you might.come across is you cuss extra.in a you cast undergraduate application.extra is a service you can use to apply.for alternative places if you don't.receive an offer from any of your first.five choices it's very unlikely that you.wouldn't receive an offer from any of.the five choices that you make and we'll.talk about that later on but yuccas.extra is just a system a service that.you can use to apply for alternative.places if you don't receive an offer.from any of your first five choices then.once you have your offers but before you.get your results you can choose to.accept an offer as your first choice.this is your firm choice or you can also.accept a second choice offer and that is.your insurance choice so when we talk.about accepting offers a firm and.insurance that just means first choice.and second choice insurance choice is.usually used just in case you don't mean.they can conditions of your firm offer.so it might be acting as a little bit of.a safety blanket your second place may.have lower tariff points and entry.requirements than your first choice.University something like that doesn't.have to be it's just your second choice.University out of the five now the last.two words apply to after you've received.your exam results so clearing is a.service that most universities offer.throughout you casts so that you can.look for alternative courses if you.change your mind or don't reach the.requirements for your firm or insurance.choice if you didn't get a place on a.course whether that's because you didn't.receive offers you declined the offers.or you didn't get the grades that you.needed and then clearing allows you to.apply for courses that still have.vacancies.so that's clearing alternatively you can.go through a service called adjustment.and this is the other service that you.can use to look for alternative courses.although this service is used in case.you've met and exceeded the conditions.that you'd like to see your conditions.and you'd like to see if you can get on.a course with higher entry requirements.so always holding your original.confirmed place you can then go into.adjustments see if you could actually.get into a higher entry requirement.University so that was a bit just a bit.of a crash course on all those yuccas.terms that's all the basic knowledge.that you will need to be aware of before.starting the application process and.before we go through this presentation.taste presentation together once you.know that the first thing you'll need to.do is familiarize yourself with the.University website sorry the UK's.website this one so the UK's website is.an excellent resource and has everything.you could possibly want to know about.your application including it has a.detailed search tool you can find out.which universities do the courses you're.looking for it's all there ready and.waiting for you to do that research and.you can click through to different.universities webpages to find out things.like entry requirements example modules.and other opportunities such as like.societies or sports or different things.and so anything that you're looking for.they have a really good research tool on.the UK website if you have if you think.you might want to go to university and.you have no idea where to start looking.I'd recommend going to the UK website.and have a look through the research.tool so now that we've done all that.basic knowledge and the term the.terminology I'm going to talk you.through the application process in three.different stages I'll stop and expand on.certain vital points throughout like the.personal statement I mentioned at the.start I remember that you can keep.asking questions while I'm talking and I.will try and come to as many of as many.of them as I can at the end so stage one.begins after you've got your head around.the UK's website so we've done that.the next step is to log into the yuccas.website and set up your account so.registering only takes about five.minutes you'll just enter your basic.details and setup security information.if you apply through your school you may.be given a buzzword so if your.application can be linked to your school.and your school we'll explain that.because it'll be individual to the.institution that you're at if you're.applying independently then there may be.a few additional questions that you'll.need to answer but once you've.registered there are then seven sections.to complete once you have registered you.can start to input your personal details.so this will already contain the.information you gave when you were.registering but there will be more.questions about student support and your.previous education previous employment.and where you live things like that.you'll be asked to provide a list of all.the schools you've attended since the.age of eleven including the dates that.you were there exam results and details.of any of exams still to be taken so.when you get to doing your UK.application I definitely recommend.having all that information ready so.then you can just input it so you don't.have to go off and try and find it so.maybe just write a list of all the.schools that you've been to it may just.be one it could be a couple and just.have all that information ready newcast.will also ask you to fill in details.about a part-time job if you have one.and so like I said any previous.employment or any current employment.that you might have you don't have to.write all of this at once.you can fill in the details of the.application at any time and it will save.your process of your progress of you as.you go so you could put in little things.every now and then but it's quite worse.once you come to doing that application.which you can see everything to just try.and get all that information ready um so.yeah you can go back and edit it as many.times as you like until you are happy.and then it does this stage you can also.sign up to receive an email from you.cast letting you know when to apply for.Student Finance so you would have had.your talk yesterday yesterday about.Student Finance this is once you've done.all that and put in your personal.details like I said you they that then.sign up to get the email about student.finance and get updates about that and.then that is the easiest part of the you.Cass form and once that's done then.section of it is already complete the.next stage should be easy if you've done.that research properly using the.research tool on the yuccas website you.need to input your final decision on the.five choices that you get to make so the.top five universities that you found.that you would like to make an.application to it's worth noting that if.you are opting for courses in things.like medicine dentistry or veterinary.medicine or science that you will only.get four choices but if you have a look.and do your research you'll see which.courses only allow you four choices but.it's just things like medicine dentistry.things like that but most most other.courses you will get five choices so.once those choices have been made you'll.then need to complete your personal.statement which will then be sent out to.all five of the universities that you're.applying for so all five of your options.will get this one personal statement.your personal statement that's your.opportunity to convince the university.or college to offer you a place this can.often be seen as probably the most.difficult part of the application.process but I'm going to go into more.details about that with you in a few.minutes.so after you've written your personal.statement.that's everything done that you.personally need to complete at this.stage the application that should then.be sent off to your school once your.school received the application your.referee will add their reference and.this is usually your teacher or a tutor.but this can be an employer or a trainer.for students if you choose to apply.independently if you're applying through.a school though you need to make sure to.keep your school keep to your school's.internal deadlines as your teachers will.need time to write and submit your.reference so your teachers will most.likely give you a deadline of when they.want your personal statement and your.application to be done because then they.need to write every single person an.individual reference so you need to make.sure that you are keeping to your.school's internal deadlines when you do.that once your teachers have added the.reference and they've been added to your.application the school will then need to.pay for and send off the students.applications your school will most.likely arrange payment with you.beforehand so that they can do it all in.one go and send them all out the payment.that you have to make to apply through.you Cass is usually between 20 and 25.pounds so it's not too much.and depending on how many courses you're.applying for so it may be a bit less if.you only decide to do three courses but.I would recommend taking the five.options just in case but so that's.everything for Stage one so let's go.back to personal statements for a minute.because that's part of stage one and.that's probably the biggest part that.you may need the most help on and that's.probably going to be the hardest part of.your application aside from obviously.studying to achieve the grades that you.want so let's talk about the basics of.personal statements to start with your.personal statement makes up one part of.the application form alongside your.personal details grades and a reference.provided which we've already spoken.about you in your personal statement you.are given four thousand characters or 47.lines so that's roughly about one side.of a four this is to demonstrate to.admissions tutors why you should be.awarded a place on that course it really.is the opportunity to sell yourself the.same personal statement is then sent out.to all five of the universities and.courses that you have applied for on.your yuccas application this means that.your statement needs to be relevant to.all the options that you've chosen so.this can be hard for people when they're.applying to different subjects so if you.choose five different subjects it's.gonna be really hard to write a personal.statement that is relevant to all of.that so I would definitely recommend.when applying for University and picking.your five options you pick five similar.subjects at five different universities.or institutions that's the way that we.would recommend you do it because once.you get to university there is probably.a certain subject that you think that's.the one I want to carry on with so that.will make writing your personal.statement a lot lot easier when doing.that and your personal statement is just.a culmination of all your relevant.experiences that relate to the course.that you are applying for and it's that.crucial first impression that the.universities get a few so it's really.really important that you get it right.I just want to pop here this is.something that think people commonly.it's a common misconception from people.it is a myth that no one will reach or.personal statements some people think.that they're writing it just for the.sake fit for the application it really.is an integral part of the application.process as a whole your grades yes they.are extremely important and we'll get.onto that bit later but.not going to get you an offer purely by.themselves you need a strong personal.statement to get you there and your.personal statement may be the deciding.factor and whether you get an offer or.not so it's really important to put the.effort into your personal statement so.now you know what a personal statement.is and just how important it is and.we're going to take a look at what.content should be included and how you.should structure your personal statement.so you may think it sounds a bit early.to be looking into this I think it's.really really beneficial to have this.knowledge in the back of your mind over.the next few years before you do start.to write it so it is worth mentioning.before I start this that there isn't a.perfect formula to follow every personal.statement is going to be unique to the.individual however we can I can give you.some guidance as to what to include and.how to properly support the points that.you are making so we have come up with.an ABC paragraph structure it's not.enough to just say what you did and just.state all the things that you've done.you need to show the admissions staff.the benefit of that activity and how it.relates to your course for everything.you write you need to make sure it.passes this ABC test so a stands for.activity so that is the thing you've.done so when you're writing a paragraph.in your personal statement the first.thing the first thing you need to think.about is what have I done.what's an experience I've had what's a.hobby that I do what's something I take.part in so a stands for activity that's.the thing that you have done B stands.for benefit so that is the skills that.you acquired from doing that thing and.we'll get onto transferable skills in a.second but this is this could be a.multitude of different things but B.stands for benefit so the skills that.you acquired from doing that thing so.you've written about the activity and.what skills you gain from doing that.activity C then stands for course so.you'll then need to write how those.skills relate to your course and/or how.they will help you exceed at university.so you're going to write the activities.or something you've done skills that you.gain from it and how would you benefit.it and how those skills and that.activity and experience are going to.help you on the course or at university.so to give you a quick example when I.was applying for University.I wanted to see the drama and theater so.when I was writing my personal statement.I used the example that I had previous.experience teaching early stages at a.local theater school in classes in drama.dancer music I did that one with the.young bees then for the benefit part I.wrote the dis develop my ability to plan.my time well around my own classes and.schoolwork.whilst also enhancing my leadership and.teaching skills and then coming on to C.I then expressed how these skills would.be very useful in studying a drama.theatre and performance course as I.would be able to do independent research.and perform effectively in a group.setting because of the experience that.I'd had so you see how that ABC links.really nicely together and it forms a.really nice paragraph structure like I.mentioned before one of the main things.that admissions tutors are looking for.in your personal statement is.transferable skills a transferable skill.is a skill you can take from one aspect.of your life and apply it to your.another so there's a few examples of.transferable skills on screen now that.you may possess I'm sure all of you.listening to this have at least one of.these skills and you've done something.where you've gained this skill and.they're really useful to thinking to.think about when making the benefit.justification in the ABC method so like.we said you write the activity and then.you come back to a benefit so the skills.that you gain from it and these are the.type of skills on screen now that you.may have gained from it transferable.skills really are invaluable for.university level study so it's really.important that you discuss how you've.demonstrated these skills in the past.and how they are relevant to the course.that you are applying for and make sure.when you are doing this to be specific.and give specific examples of when.you've used any of these skills or how.you've gained these skills whether it's.few qualifications such as doing your.a-levels your B techs or extended.projects or things whether it's outside.of that with extracurricular activities.and hobbies.these skills can come from a variety of.experiences maybe you've done some.volunteering or you've got a part-time.job.I said hobbies sports clubs anything.they're really really relevant to talk.about you will have all had to hand in.homework by a certain date so you will.have all demonstrated meeting a deadline.that's one.verbal skill there or you will live.maybe budgeted pocket money to pay for a.part-time job to save for something so.these are all transferable skills you.can address in your personal statement.I'm sure you have lots more than that so.I'm now going to get you after that.brief little introduction to personal.statements and the ABC method I want you.to have a go at taking everything I've.already said and that or we've already.may have learned in the session I'd like.you to write down to ABCs for yourself.so start off with the hobby or work.experience that you've taken part in.before then I'd like you to write a.transferable skill that you can attach.to that experience and relate it to how.you could use that in a university.course so go through the ABC all.together so you can relate this either.to a specific subject if you know.exactly what you'd like to go on a study.if you'd like to go to university or you.can just relate it to going to.university in general and university.life and how you think it would benefit.you if you're not sure on a certain.subject so remember it goes activity.benefit course I think you should.remember that I've drilled it in quite a.lot in the last five minutes so I'll.give you a few minutes to do that.those two ABCs now in a second I'll pop.the transferable skills back on screen.for you so if you I'd like to get.started with that now just start with a.hobby or work experience then write a.transferable skill that you gain from.doing that thing and how that would be.beneficial for a university course.less than transferable skills on screen.for you if you'd like to think of some.experiences you've had around them.you.so while you keep writing down your ABCs.I'm just gonna go through with you.before we finish off the personal.statement section some basic do's and.don'ts for your personal statement so.you can keep writing down your ABCs and.while I talk if you like.so yeah I'll just put that on the screen.for a little second first so remember.activity benefit course and hopefully by.you doing this and by you writing it.down you can kind of get in your brain.what kind of experiences you will gain.skills from and how you can relate that.to going to university and university.life or a specific subject that you may.want to study and things like that so.feel free to carry on writing I'm just.gonna go through some do's and don'ts of.the personal statement so the first.thing to do is do your research on the.course and the institutions that you're.applying for so if there are any.specific modules or other content that.runs through all the university courses.you're applying for then make sure to.include it in your personal statement.remember that it's not going to be right.the first time so expect to write.multiple drafts make sure to start big.and then narrow it all down and that'll.make it a lot easier when it comes to.the personal statement also leave.yourself plenty of time to write your.personal statement we're talking.probably a couple of probably like four.or five weeks rather than just one or.two days let's start early to give.yourself plenty of time before the.January deadline and this is why it's.really beneficial to start with this.with you now when you're a bit younger.so that you have time over the next few.years to do things like work experiences.or volunteering or things that you think.might boost your personal statement and.the final one there is to proofread your.personal statements several times I.would really recommend reading it aloud.to yourself because this will allow you.to check for spelling and grammar errors.if sentences are too long and things.like that you can get other people to.read it as well just make sure that it.is perfect before you actually pop it.into your application so that's just a.few do's there then we'll go on to the.don'ts so a really common thing that we.do see in admissions teams at.universities if students under selling.themselves absolutely everyone has.skills and something that they can offer.a university passion for the subject is.the most important thing to.communicate if you don't seem interested.in it then they're not going to want you.so don't undersell yourself at all don't.undersell yourself and not give yourself.that chance that you deserve another one.is to not use quotes so this is a bit of.a controversial point because lots of.students like to start their personal.statement whether it is quote from.Shakespeare or something that's lovely.but that's not you we want to hear from.you we want and we don't want you to be.taking up words and characters from.other people's words so quotes are a bit.of a controversial one you may hear.differing opinions but in terms of.Roehampton we would prefer if you use.the forty-seven lines or the characters.that you are provided with for your own.words rather than quotes from other.people another one is obviously don't.plagiarize so don't copy sentences from.personal statements you may have found.online you cus have its own page arisen.checker and every personal statement is.put through that so it could be a.deciding factor if they read your.personal statement and it's gone through.and they've seen six other personal.statements with exactly the same wording.exactly the same lines that they found.online they may not offer you a place.because of that so make sure the work is.your own and similarly don't lie in your.personal statement you may get us to.come for an interview or something for a.course and they may ask you about things.that were on your personal statement and.if you've lied it's gonna be really hard.to expand on them and talk about them so.just be yourself you will have enough.for course absolutely a personal.statement is not an academic piece of.writing it's not trying to be really.flowery and complex this is just you.talking about yourself and why you'd be.good for that course and that's all the.admissions teams want to know so you.don't have to make up some extravagant.lives or anything and just be yourself.and write about all the achievements.you've had and if you use the ABC method.I'm sure you'll have a fab personal.statement so that's everything you.really need to know in regards to.personal statements I'm gonna move on.now but if you'd like to carry on.writing down your ABCs while I talk I.don't mind that's fine but I'm gonna.move on to the next few stages now if.you have any other questions remember.you can send them in using the link.below so back to the stages of the.application process you're now at a.stage where your application has been.sent off you've done.hardest bet you've written your personal.statement and it's now just a waiting.game waiting for universities to respond.and there are three possible outcomes.that could come from this the first is.that the universities may get back to.you and ask you to attend an interview.or audition depending on the course they.may also ask you for some more.information that they might need in.order to give you an offer so this could.be to expand on and maybe an element of.your personal statement or if there is a.specific subject requirement that they.can't see if you're asked to do this and.the information is sufficient or if your.original application was already.sufficient and they didn't need any.other information then this leads to the.second outcome receiving offers so it is.most likely that you will receive an.offer from one or more of the five.choices of the five options that you.wrote down so congratulations at this.point you've received your one of at.least one offer this is then your.opportunity to choose your firm and.insurance choices so your first and your.second choice remember I said at the.start if the scenario happens where you.don't receive any offers then not to.worry at all you Cass will just put you.into yuccas extra and you'll be able to.apply for alternative places and then.your circle back to the point of waiting.for universities to respond so we kind.of went through that in in detail at the.start so that's stage 2.now obviously stage 2 heavily focuses on.receiving your grades in order to.receive an offer so let's talk about.them there are a very important part of.the application process receiving your.grades it's important to consider your.realistic rates expectations as you will.want to apply to universities where you.know you can achieve the grades asks but.don't let that stop you from being.aspirational and don't let that stop you.from working really really hard if you.want to apply to universities with maybe.higher entry requirements that what you.think you might get because at the end.of the day it's up to you and how hard.you work so as discussed do your.research this means looking at.university prospectuses and websites to.check through course content and what.entry requirements are for the courses.that you apply for through you Cass yes.so if you look on university websites or.prospectuses you'll find the int.requirements entry requirements for.every course and you'll be able to look.through them and see if they are at.or not it's also a really good idea to.talk through with your teachers and your.predicted grades ask them what they.think that they might be and this is.because on your applique on your Yukos.application your teacher will fill in.your predicted grades and these can.sometimes be determined by coursework.submissions or mock exams so you will.need to work on these really hard so.that your predicted grades show you can.achieve what the university are asking.for so in terms of grades they are a.really really important part of it and.obviously getting that conditional offer.is all down to what grades you get so.make sure you are working really really.hard towards your grades because that.obviously is a byproduct of the.application process is the actual grades.that you get saying all that another.myth is that you will need to achieve.extremely high grades to get into any.University loads of different.universities will vary in the great.boundaries that they hold.it's not just a levels there are lots of.different qualifications that will get.to intervene into University these could.be AAS a to extended projects B techs ax.access courses there's loads of.different things they can get you into.University some courses may ask for GCSE.qualifications it may be a C or above.this is usually just in maths in English.and sometimes science and languages but.if you're not sure whether your.qualification or qualifications will be.suitable you can contact the university.to ask or look on a website in a.prospectus or something and you'll find.that out so finally we're on to stage 3.and this is the nerve-racking and.somewhat exciting part so you've done.all your exams you've worked really.really hard to get there you've made.your firm an insurance choice and now.you've received your results so on.results day once you receive your.results there in another there are.another three outcomes that could.possibly happen the first thing that.could happen is that you get the grades.to meet the requirements of your firm.choice and you accept it the next steps.off off from this outcome could be to.enter adjustment if you majorly exceeded.your expectations and you think you.could possibly get into a different.University with higher grade.requirements or and if you enter.adjustment and get a place at another.university then that's great you get the.offer there or your firm choice could.have been your dream University that's.the one you wanted to go to.and you've got the grace to go there so.once you accept it you will receive your.place and you'll be off to that.University but obviously sometimes it.isn't as easy as that and that's.completely fine that isn't the road that.everyone goes down with their.application process so if you don't.quite get the grades to accept your firm.choice then hopefully you got the grades.to accept your insurance choice so.remember that's your second choice out.of the five options and this is why we.recommend oh sorry I've just lost my.place for my notes yes sorry this is why.we recommend when you pick your.insurance choice the entry requirements.for that course are slightly lower like.I said using it as a safety blanket if.you're happy to accept your insurance.choice and then you receive your place.at that University then the final.possible outcome would be if you didn't.receive the grades for your firm or.insurance choice and lots of people.panic about this outcome and then they.think they won't be able to get a place.at university at all but that really.isn't the case if you don't get the.grades you needed for your firm or.insurance choice then you will be.entered into clearing which is what I.said before and clearing is how.universities and colleges fill in any.places that they still have on courses.and it's a real ideal way for you to get.on to another course you may find other.courses to interest you that still have.vacancies on you casts and you can.contact the universities directly and it.may be the best decision that you make.go into a different University and.receiving that University place so that.is all the options and that concludes.the three stages of the application.process with every possible outcome that.might come back and hopefully that does.look a bit clearer in your mind now now.you can see it laid out like this so I.just want you to think back now to the.question that I asked at the start so.what do you think are the top things.admissions teams will look for when.reviewing your application so keep that.in mind over the next few years if you.are considering applying to university.and have a think about what you can do.to make sure that your application.really really stands out to make sure.that your teacher reference is really.good to make sure that your personal.statement is really good and to make.sure that you get the best grades.possible so that's probably the main.things.you can think about right now so that is.everything from me and my wife been.talking for a long time I'm gonna leave.our contact information up on screen now.in case you'd like to follow our social.media for updates or email us with.anything but I'm now gonna answer some.questions for you that may have been.sent in hopefully throughout the.presentation Liam thank you very much.charlie thank you that was really.informative and so good to sort of.trying to understand all that different.terminology that because of the prime to.university because a lot of it there is.a lot yeah okay thank you very much and.we've had a few questions three so what.I will do is if it's okay Charlie if you.could stop sharing your screen and I'll.be able to present I'm some of the.questions that we've had three and which.is great so badly just one moment.[Music].that's coming back onto my slides.sorry guys bear with me technology we're.getting there sorry about that tiny.delayed.okay so we've had some great questions.that have come through Charlie so I'll.just read a few out to you if that's.okay so yeah this is a good question and.you alluded to it a lot in actually the.last few slides but what happens if you.don't get the exact grades that you need.to get into a university there's lots of.questions actually when should we start.our yuccas application and what is the.difference between conditional and.unconditional no problem yeah I'll go.through them so what happens if you.don't get the exact grades you need to.get into University so like I said if.you don't get the grades that you'd want.to get into your firm choice your first.choice hopefully you've got the grades.to get into your insurance which is your.second choice and if you didn't get the.grades for either of those then that's.absolutely fine you can enter into.clearing which basically means on.results day when you receive your.results you can call up a clearing line.or you Cass will provide you with a self.referral form and you can go through the.clearing process we can talk to.university admissions teams and the.whole purpose of clearing is that they.want to make you an offer so they're not.there to tell you that you didn't do.well enough at all the whole point of.clearing is to say we want to make you.an offer let's see what qualifications.you have what different things that you.may have done what experiences that.you've had let's have a look at your.duties everything will get put into.consideration and hopefully they'll be.made able to make you an offer at a.different University so yeah so that's.clearing and that's basically what.happens if your hundred cent know you.want to go to university but you don't.get the exact grades to get into the one.that you applied for I definitely.recommend going into clearing and it's a.great thing so loads and loads of.students every single year go into.clearing some students actually don't.even bother going through you cash and.just apply through clearing to get when.they get there so it's really nothing to.be like about embarrassed or ashamed.about it lots and lots of people do it.and it's sometimes the best um the best.thing for people.going through clearing they find a.university that they never even heard of.and so yeah so that's what happens if.you don't get the exact grades when.should we start our yuccas application.and that's a really tricky one I think.your schools will help you out with that.when you're in sick form or college they.will kind of provide you the like dates.and stuff and they will give you.internal deadlines for your personal.statements and everything but what I.think you can do now in terms of.probably not starting your unicast.application now but just thinking about.what things could I do in terms of.volunteering or could I do a work.experience maybe could I watch even just.like listen to some podcasts or watch.some TED Talks or something things that.you can actively be doing to boost your.application so that when it does come to.start in your UK application which will.probably be in around September October.so probably when you first start in year.12 or first year of college or whatever.before the year before and you start.University that's when you probably.start to really think about it and start.thinking about the application but um.yeah but you can start thinking about.now different experiences that you have.and what those transferable skills that.you can gain and rack up you can really.be thinking about them now definitely.and what is the difference between.conditional and unconditional.so these refer to offers so once you.receive your results and you get a note.before you receive your thoughts and you.get an offer from the University.conditional will mean that they're.saying yes we'd like to offer you a.place but only if you meet these.requirements so certain conditions it.could be grades it could be I could be a.whole different things but most of the.time it is we will offer you this place.if you receive this level grade when you.receive your grades the other offer type.is unconditional and that basically.means that either you've already got.your results and they just make them.they give you an offer so this could be.if you apply to university a few years.after college or sick form or it could.be a whole different reasons why you.already have your grades or it could.mean that they've read your personal.statement they've seen your predicted.grades and they've gone do you know what.regardless of what you get we think.you're a really really good fit for this.university so we're gonna offer you an.can offer and that means they're not.waiting for your grades or anything that.just means if you want to take the offer.we're going to give it to you.no conditions at all which is a really.really great thing so if you get offered.an unconditional offer that's a really.really great thing you should be really.proud of that so that's the difference.between those two and just to accent.correct me if I'm wrong charlie but I.think actually they're the government.are making changes at the moment - and.conditional offers so that there won't.be I don't think they'll be allowed so.those terms are good to know and I think.actually I'm possibly by the time you're.applying yeah definitely this year.they've said them to not make any.unconditional for so that could be.something that stays yeah definitely and.yeah just to echo your point I think.China is absolutely right if you don't.get your chosen University your first.University do not be disheartened and.like Charlie said so many students goes.through that and actually end up with a.slightly different offer which ends up.being brilliant for them so do you not.feel disheartened if you absolutely fab.okay thank you Charlie so I'm gonna move.on to the next question so I'm kind of.linked to what we were just talking.about but when do you have to apply to.University and what grades do you need.hi.yep that's a really good question so in.terms of when you need to apply to.University it will usually be around a.year before your I'm aiming to go so if.you're thinking of going in the.September of the following year then it.will probably be you start your.application process in the previous.September before that and by Christmas.you probably would have written your.personal statement and had everything in.and then that's then your schools will.send it off and you'll send off the.application process and then the next.term will be doing your exams and.everything in the summer and then when.it gets to the next August and you.receive your results then that's when.you'll be offered your place so it is a.quite a long process over that year but.and that's when you start to apply so.probably about a year before you want to.go to university and what grades do you.need to apply to University it's a.really good question and it all depends.on the university that you're applying.for so every University and they there's.not a specific grade require.for university though we'll break it.down into different courses and every.course will have different entry.requirements and it could be certain.level 3 grades so like a levels or beat.X there could be certain subject.requirements there could be certain GCSE.requirements so I definitely recommend.like I said you can start doing that.research now if you would like to.looking into universities on.prospectuses on websites and having a.look at what the entry requirements are.and if you do need to take a certain.subject a level or BTech or ever you can.start to think about that now if that.University course would be something.that you'd be interested in it's things.like biomedical science and things like.that you will probably need to take a.science or at least have a grade C.science at GCSE so just think about.different entry requirements for.different universities but what grades.you need to apply for University this as.a whole load of different universities.there's a whole range of entry.requirements so whatever you think is.achievable to you don't don't just stop.at what you think is achievable.obviously go and reach and really try to.be aspirational with the grades that you.want to get but um if you really think.Oh academically with grades and things.I'm gonna struggle and I might not get.these high a stars or ever that I'm like.Oxford and Cambridge might be wanting.they may just not be the universities.for you and you may want to look.elsewhere different universities that.have more attainable entry requirements.because I can assure you there will be a.university out there with attainable.entry requirements for you and your.grades Thank You charlie I think that's.a really good point.to to make actually if you're applying.to a particular subject or a particular.course it will differ from university to.University what you need to get to get.into that University so and that.information is really accessible and.motely available so they do have a.little content University's websites and.to see what grades you need and yeah.really good advice charlie okay great so.and next question so we'll just move on.so when should I start my personal.statement and how far should I go back.when writing about my experiences that's.a really good question like I said when.you start the application process around.in the September before you're going to.go to university.that's probably when you should start to.think about writing your personal.statement even if your personal.statement deadline is in the by October.or November I definitely recommend at.least when you start thinking about the.application process the personal.statement should be something you start.to think about straightaway if not.before if you think in the summer before.that you might have some ideas that you.might want to jot down that's absolutely.fine but when to start your personal.statement I definitely say start doing.your research and collating all your.experiences and everything before you.come to that September and then when it.comes to that September that's when you.can start to draft it out and write it.and give it to your teachers or friends.or family and get them to read different.drafts because starting early and having.that time will then make sure that you.have the best personal statement.possible and in terms of how far back.you should go and writing about your.experiences I think it all depends.because a lot of people I know schools.lots of schools do work experience like.a work experience program around year.ten and lots of people write about that.in their personal statements and that's.absolutely fine you can do that I think.if you're talking about experiences that.you had when you're around five or six.years old they may not be the most.relevant but if you had if you had an.experience when you were in your early.teens or while you've been at school.then I don't think there's any like.boundary that we say that's too far back.you shouldn't talk about that because if.it is a relevant experience that you've.had or a hobby or something that you've.done that has transferable skills.attached to it that you have gained that.you think are relevant to the course.then absolutely talk about it so don't.worry too much about how far back you.should go when writing about your.personal experiences I would say more.recent ones are probably easier to talk.about a more fresher in your memory.which will be a lot better to write.about in your personal statement just.for you personally but if you have a.really vivid experience that you did.like an expedition or a volunteering.scheme when you were a bit younger and.then I don't see why you can't talk.about in your personal statement at all.I don't think there's any limit as to.how far back you can go but yeah just.think about probably the most recent.ones first and then if you have anything.else then definitely you can write about.them if they're relevant.and I think actually being able to use.that technique that you were talking.about with the ABC technique you can.have something saved somewhere where.you've got you know a big list and it.you know covers all of your different.experiences use that technique to apply.it to each of those and then you can.sort of cherry-pick the best almonds and.the one that's absolutely open to your.course great okay thank you so next.question oh not got quite yeah quite got.the knack of minty and so this is a good.question so what if I'm applying to two.similar but different courses and I.think that question came through when.you were talking about personal.statements Charlie yeah absolutely so.like I said in the presentation if you.are applying to five different options.then you get one personal statement that.is sent out to all five and some people.like this question is said don't want to.apply for the same five subjects and.that's absolutely fine there's nothing.stopping you from doing that it just.means that you need to tailor your.personal statement a little bit to feed.into both of them which can be done it.probably will take a little more work.because you can't apply every single.experience to the same course you'll.want to vary it a little bit but you can.definitely talk about I'd say if you're.applying to too similar bit different.courses and if there's an overarching.theme in the two courses then definitely.talk about that and also you don't just.have to relate it back to a specific.course you can relate it back to.university life in general and being.independent and doing your own.independent research that will will be.beneficial and relevant to any course.not just the two that you're applying.for and and you can also mention if.you're interested in maybe a combined.course because there's lots of combined.honor courses if they are two different.courses that maybe you can do together.but I would recommend if you're doing.this look at the universities that.you're applying for and have a look at.the different like modules and their.specific content within the courses that.you're applying for and if there's.something that runs through all of them.that you think oh that's really relevant.to everything that I'm applying for it.could just be like an independent.research project there's one in each of.those and you could talk about something.that you've done and how the skills that.you gain would be good towards.would be beneficial towards an.independent research project so if you.are applying to too similar but.different courses.it just means you may have to put in a.little bit more research on the specific.modules and the specific content within.those courses so that you don't sell.yourself short and miss things out for.each of the individual ones but it.definitely can be done and there's.nothing stopping you.I wouldn't recommend applying for five.different courses but if it's two and.they're similar and and that's what.you'd like to do and you can't quite.make up your mind you can definitely.tailor your personal statement towards.the both of them and you can talk about.both subjects because also if it's two.subjects that are similar then probably.they will interlink with different.transferable skills that you gained from.both anyway and that's what the.university are looking for ultimately.because there's people that apply to.universities that have never done that.subject before ever and they're just.using the transferable skills that they.have to try and relate it to university.life and doing that subject so and if.it's too similar with different courses.then it's absolutely fine to do and I.just recommend yeah doing a bit more.research into the content and the.modules on the courses and trying to.tailor your personal statement to the.both of them and mainly focus on.transferable skills that you have.because they are relevant to all courses.whatever you are studying and what I.imagine we wouldn't advise is that you.use the same person statement for both.of those courses like Charlie said do.your research about the specific.University itself in those modules and.make sure you tailor it I'm sure it can.feel hugely tempting to just copy and.paste and but universities will be able.to spot that so do you make sure when.you personalize it and tailor it to each.one okay so our last question then I.think so and what working experience is.good to do that will boost my personal.statement yeah this is a really good.question as well so um obviously with.current circumstances there's a lot of.students now that had work experiences.in place and haven't been able to do.them so if you can get when it comes to.the timing you can do a work experience.in the field of the subject or even just.like something work in a working.environment that I definitely recommend.doing it if you can't do that then.there's loads of.different experiences that you can do.either virtually or you that you can.actively do in terms of like I said if.you even just listening to podcasts that.might be relevant or watching a TED talk.and something that we recommend that and.if you haven't got the means to go out.and do a physical work experiences you.can look up professionals in the field.or you may have professionals in your.family or extended friends and things.and maybe just conduct like an interview.with them and just talk to them about.the different experiences that they had.and talk about that as an experience.because that's you actively taking time.out to do some research talk to someone.within the field and then that's a.really really good thing to talk about.in your personal statement you can find.professionals and like more locally to.you maybe or things like LinkedIn or.things like that so that there's people.accessible to you that would love to.talk to you and you can just do a short.10 20 minute interview with them and.then if you talk about things like that.in your personal statement so whether.it's going out and physically doing a.work experience or just you actively.taking the time to do some independent.research on the subject then it's all.really really relevant to show your past.passion and enthusiasm and commitment to.that subject or that course or just to.getting to university in general and.doing that independent study and in.terms of what experience is good to do.that will boost your personal statement.honestly any work experience even if.it's just you may think that your.part-time job that you may have in.Tesco's might not be relevant but it.really really can be in the skills that.you gain from doing that and even it was.just time management and things like.that they're really good to talk about.in your personal statement so any work.experience that you can get your hands.on I definitely recommend doing even if.it's like volunteering schemes or things.like that or something work experience.doesn't have to be months and months on.end you could just do it for a week or.two or a day or two but if you gain some.skills from it and you learn something.from it that you can then talk about.then it's definitely definitely relevant.so any work experience that you can do.whether it's relevant to your field or.not if you gain transferable skills from.it then you'll have something to write.about in your personal statement and on.your application I think that's such a.good idea too to speak to other people.that are doing that particular you know.job or working.that field and when you can't get out.and about and do sort of work experience.in person and I think that's a really.good tip so thank you very much all.right lovely well that's the end of the.question say thank you everyone that.submitted a question and thank you very.much to Charlie for your presentation.that was great and so just to cover then.what we're going to be doing tomorrow.very quickly so I mentioned at the.beginning so Thursday tomorrow we're.going to have a degree apprenticeship.workshop from Joe from Queen Mary.University of London and make sure you.login to that and yes I wish everyone a.very good day and.

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How much money do you make as a PhD student?

I had 50% RA appointment as a PhD student. My stipend was $2048/mo including taxes. My take home used to come around $1770 as I am exempted from paying the FICA. I lived in Chicago area and stayed in a single room in a 3 bedroom apartment paying $550 mo. I cooked most of my meals and never owned a car. I saved up to $16k in 3 years time.

Do you get paid while doing a PhD?

In general, the answer is YES. If not, do not pursue PhD. It is a 3–5 year journey with 200% focus. The last thing you want during this period is to worry about how am I going to feed my self or where am I going to sleep tonight.

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