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06 Nov [Aspect one] Implementing to Oxford University: How to Compose a Particular Assertion

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Understand the ideal practices for creating a UCAS personalized assertion for British isles universities, with an emphasis on Oxford and Cambridge.

Particular assertion examples:
Oxford – http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Category:Oxford_Particular_Statements
Cambridge – http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/Category:Cambridge_Particular_Statements

Valuable Links:
Oxford Undergraduate Classes – http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/classes-listing
Oxford University Prospectus – http://www.ox.ac.uk/websites/files/oxford/discipline/discipline_doc/Introduction_UGP_2016.pdf
Oxford Substitute Prospectus – http://ousu.org/applying/undergraduate/alternative-prospectus/
Cambridge Undergraduate Classes – http://www.undergraduate.analyze.cam.ac.uk/classes
Cambridge University Prospectus – http://www.undergraduate.analyze.cam.ac.uk/files/publications/cambridge_ugp_2016_entry_full_version.pdf
The Student Room: Oxbridge Dialogue – http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=23

Any issues or video tips, be sure to do write-up them in the feedback.

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By Jamie Miles

  • ShenanigansTVLive
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    You seem very condescending

  • Pulkit Biyani
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Hi ! I got 2 A's , 5 B's and a C in IGCSE … And I am doing pretty well at A levels … Will I be accepted into Oxford ?

  • Sam Bengtsson-Gartner
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Hey, what if I have a passion for a subject without doing further reading? Should I just include something like "watched so many youtube videos about this subject" (obviously phrased differently) and while I'm waiting for the response to my application I could actually watch a bunch of those videos? Should I even bother applying?

  • alexplamenov
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    I just wanted to thank you very much for your support ,Jamoe. It has been really( didn't use 'really' by the way as you recommended haha ) useful for my personal statement build-up, thanks again for posting such a beneficial video. All the best!!!

  • Fedora Boals
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Can anyone write an essay for me?

  • Hoang Anh
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Hi Jamie. Thanks for such a video.
    My question is: when mentioning about – for example – watching a webinar and then talk about what I learn from it. But how do we avoid sounding preaching to the admission tutor? Thanks in advance.

  • BlueCheese747
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    For anybody seriously concerned about the moving lines on his shirt, it's called a moiré pattern – something you might look up if you care enough.

  • Luke Miller
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Would you recommend using humour somewhere within a personal statement, or would it do more bad than good?

  • Felix Lo
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Just want to ask one question first. I've reviewed many Oxford introductory videos on Youtube on various courses they run at the university. All the videos seem to demonstrate that most of the degrees are research degrees basically even at undergraduate level. You're aided by the tutors as far as what you make out is really what you make of the reading lists, plus reading based on your interests. So I assume to get into Oxford, the pre-study is really important. What I mean is, isn't it true that you should be reading up at home on a subject for a few years first before handing in your application? By the time you're accepted into Oxford, you would be expected to do mainly researches based on what you already know. So degrees at Oxford are largely research degrees? The tutorial system as far as I understood from their videos is that when they gave you the reading list on the first day, you're expected to start right away, but mostly not going over the books from cover to cover. Whatever you have read then, you then approach the tutors to get challenged, or you go and challenge them and have a discussion or argument with them? But also I've seen one video where a girl says she was treated nicely to tea and chocolate by her tutor to enjoy discussions on artworks. Just would like to ask: what advice would you give a mature student applying for a degree at Oxford, particularly for someone who has left school ages ago, but has been to university once and graduated with a BA?

  • Jack Daniels
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    I'm doing well in a-level but my gcse's were very mixed (A*-E) I got A*'s in the subjects I'm taking at A-level and was wandering if my mixed gcse results would stop me getting any chance at Oxford or any other top university. Do you think I could still have a chance of not?

  • Nathaly Andreou
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Are international students from private schools more likely to get accepted than students from public schools?
    Can I write in my personal statement about more personal stuff like for example I haven't been a very good student and I decided to move abroad to my dad who is in an other country and he is a maximalist and I moved because I wanted to be influenced by him and then achieved higher grades by 5-10% plus each year?

  • sahra ibrahim
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    page 3 sun girls haha excuse me, dying.

  • Sarah Norris
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Hi there,
    How would I go about reaching you by phone or email?

  • tural turan
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    JamoeMills, why are you speaking so fast? I cant make clear all your words :(

  • eviltwincousin
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Are you Edd Miliband?

  • Mademoiselle Elise
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    I got 3a*s 5as and a b at GCSE. Is there any chance of me being granted an interview at Oxford?

  • Maria Mir
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    does it make a difference what time you apply? for eg if you send in your app the first day as opposed the the last day (oct 15) 

  • kyle kgi
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November


  • Joe Sinclair
    Posted at 23:41h, 06 November

    Is anyone else noticing the way the lines on his shirt create this weird effect as he moves?