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The Resource How to complete your UCAS application : 2017 entry, Beryl Dixon, UCAS

How to complete your UCAS application : 2017 entry, Beryl Dixon, UCAS

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How to complete your UCAS application : 2017 entry
Title
How to complete your UCAS application
Title remainder
2017 entry
Statement of responsibility
Beryl Dixon, UCAS
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Over 700,00 people apply for a higher education course through UCAS every year. The process can seem daunting, but make sure that your application stands out with this practical guide that covers each stage with clear and simple steps. Includes essential information on choosing a course, creating a personal statement and using the Apply system.
Biographical or historical data
Beryl Dixon is an experienced careers adviser who also writes for YouCan, UCAS's magazine for A-Level students and Careerscope, the magazine of the Independent Schools' Careers Organisation.
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UK-WkNB
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Dixon, Beryl
Dewey number
  • 378.1610941
  • 378.1'616'0941
  • 378.16160941
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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UCAS
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  • Universities & Colleges Admissions Service
  • Universities and colleges
  • College applications
  • Advice on education
  • Higher & further education, tertiary education
  • Advice and Rights
  • Advice on education
  • Higher & further education, tertiary education
Summary expansion
The UCAS application can seem daunting and unfamiliar. It's your chance to impress admissions tutors and secure a place to study for the next three or more years. This book breaks the UCAS process down into straightforward steps for you with instructions, screen shots, advice and tips so that you know exactly what to do, and your UCAS application makes the right impact on admissions tutors. Written in association with UCAS, this edition offers fully updated information on: * How to successfully navigate the UCAS Apply system * How to make your personal statement stand out * Important deadlines not to miss * Choosing the right university and course for you * Information on current fees, funding and bursaries * Preparing for interviews and what to expect in aptitude tests * What to do if you don't get the grades you need. Founded in 1973, MPW, a group of independent sixth-form <g id="15" data-gr-id="15">colleges, has one of the highest number of university placements each year of any independent school in the UK and has developed considerable expertise in the field of applications strategy. They author the Getting into Guides, which explain the application process for many popular university subjects.There is also a specialist guide on Oxford & Cambridge entrance
Target audience
general
Label
How to complete your UCAS application : 2017 entry, Beryl Dixon, UCAS
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Publication
Note
Paperback
Contents
Foreword Introduction Part I. In the think tank Chapter 1 Is higher education right for you? Chapter 2 Looking to the future: career routes Chapter 3 A matter of money Chapter 4 Choosing what to study Chapter 5 Choosing where to study Chapter 6 Academic requirements Part II. The admissions procedure: applications, interviews, offers and beyond Chapter 7 Applications and offers Chapter 8 Non- standard applications Chapter 9 Interviews and selection Chapter 10 Exam results and afterwards Part III. Using Apply to submit your UCAS application Chapter 11 Introducing Apply Chapter 12 Personal details Chapter 13 Additional information Chapter 14 Choices Chapter 15 Education Chapter 16 Employment Chapter 17 Personal statement Chapter 18 Finishing off Chapter 19 Troubleshooting Appendix: A note for staff on Apply
Control code
9781911067023
Dimensions
23x16 cm.
Edition
28th rev. ed.
Extent
160 p.
Isbn
9781911067023
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Specific material designation
regular print
Label
How to complete your UCAS application : 2017 entry, Beryl Dixon, UCAS
Publication
Note
Paperback
Contents
Foreword Introduction Part I. In the think tank Chapter 1 Is higher education right for you? Chapter 2 Looking to the future: career routes Chapter 3 A matter of money Chapter 4 Choosing what to study Chapter 5 Choosing where to study Chapter 6 Academic requirements Part II. The admissions procedure: applications, interviews, offers and beyond Chapter 7 Applications and offers Chapter 8 Non- standard applications Chapter 9 Interviews and selection Chapter 10 Exam results and afterwards Part III. Using Apply to submit your UCAS application Chapter 11 Introducing Apply Chapter 12 Personal details Chapter 13 Additional information Chapter 14 Choices Chapter 15 Education Chapter 16 Employment Chapter 17 Personal statement Chapter 18 Finishing off Chapter 19 Troubleshooting Appendix: A note for staff on Apply
Control code
9781911067023
Dimensions
23x16 cm.
Edition
28th rev. ed.
Extent
160 p.
Isbn
9781911067023
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Specific material designation
regular print

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