personal statement mindmap

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  • Created on: 14-10-14 21:20
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  • personal statement
    • why want to study
      • - interesting
      • - interested in social psychology - way people interact with others and world around them
      • - good at science
      • love research + learning
        • interested in researching human nature + morailty
          • greater understanding of human behaviour
            • extending academic knowledge
      • want in depth knowledge of subject
    • why am i right for the course
      • high level of scientific and mathematical ability
        • know how to conduct experiments and perform scientific research
        • knowledge of statistics
      • motivated + independent learner
        • diligent
      • passionate
      • focused
      • creative thinker
    • extracurricular activities
      • read key works
        • anatomy of human destructiveness*
        • man who mistook his wife for a hat
        • phantoms in the brain
        • psychology of interpersonal behaviour
        • READ JOURNAL + BPS + TWITTER
      • attended psychology lectures at oxford and cambridge
      • documentaries
        • psychopath gene
      • relevance
        • adding to breadth and depth of knowledge of subject
        • chosen career
          • research psychologist
            • begun research
            • begun exploring specific interests
      • baking
    • transferable skills
      • write poetry
        • showing analysis and creativity
        • academic writing
          • chemistry ISA - coursework
      • avid reader
      • logical thinker - maths
      • can analyse and interpret statistical data
      • group work
        • leadership role during group work in lessons
          • democratic decision making
        • help others - teaching skills
      • mentored ks3 science
    • critical thinking
      • questions raised about rationalising "evil" behaviours
      • anatomy of human destructiveness*

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