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Outside my working life in caring, my main interests are in voluntary work and nurturing those less privileged than myself. In 2006 I was involved in the organisation and running of a skills development programme which culminated in an expedition to Bolivia, where I worked in an orphanage for young children. This was a moving experience, as well as one which made me appreciate the level of care and support offered in this country. It was enjoyable to work with a team all committed to the same purpose.

I am the first member of my family to apply to university. My working life has given me a sense of reality and sharpened my vision of what I feel are my own abilities and talents. My responsibilities at work have grown and I have had the opportunities to serve the needs of many patients. I am a good listener and have strong powers of empathy and understanding. I work well with others, but also have the courage to trust my own judgement and make my own decisions. I am purposeful and clear sighted in my ambitions, and I hope you will consider my application.

I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

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I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We''ve asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don''ts for nursing personal statements – here''s what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

I graduated from Bristol University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2000 and, after taking some time out to travel in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, began working for XXXX. Since leaving university I have carefully considered my career aspirations and ambitions. I have concluded that a career in medicine will provide me with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that I am seeking whilst allowing me to use my analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Working in the medical profession will provide me with life-long personal and intellectual challenges and I believe that I can draw upon my experiences, skills and attributes to pursue this career successfully.

I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

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Your friend sounds like she would be a great asset to the nursing field - possessing great qualities that are needed. Since she is a Registered Nurse, tell her to send her resume out to the local hospitals, home health agencies, etc, in your area. There should be plenty of jobs available. If she is not able to apply due to lack of citizenship or whatever and needs to aquire licensure to work in the United States, check out the link below for more information

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Thanks Naresh really good introduction to UCAS on Friday!

Raj from the team is at UCAS Fair Bedfordshire today! Come and say hello

I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We''''''''ve asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don''''''''ts for nursing personal statements – here''''''''s what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

I graduated from Bristol University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2000 and, after taking some time out to travel in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, began working for XXXX. Since leaving university I have carefully considered my career aspirations and ambitions. I have concluded that a career in medicine will provide me with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that I am seeking whilst allowing me to use my analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Working in the medical profession will provide me with life-long personal and intellectual challenges and I believe that I can draw upon my experiences, skills and attributes to pursue this career successfully.

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” Jim Rohn

When talking to people about personal development, I come across tons of misconceptions. So let me clear up a major one right away.

The Ucas Tariff points system, which universities use to communicate their entry requirements, is undergoing some changes you should know about.


Size x grade = Tariff points

Or, you can cut out the mental arithmetic and use one of our infographics below.

I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We've asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don'ts for nursing personal statements – here's what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

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I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We''''''''''''''''ve asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don''''''''''''''''ts for nursing personal statements – here''''''''''''''''s what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

I graduated from Bristol University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2000 and, after taking some time out to travel in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, began working for XXXX. Since leaving university I have carefully considered my career aspirations and ambitions. I have concluded that a career in medicine will provide me with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that I am seeking whilst allowing me to use my analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Working in the medical profession will provide me with life-long personal and intellectual challenges and I believe that I can draw upon my experiences, skills and attributes to pursue this career successfully.

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” Jim Rohn

When talking to people about personal development, I come across tons of misconceptions. So let me clear up a major one right away.

The Ucas Tariff points system, which universities use to communicate their entry requirements, is undergoing some changes you should know about.


Size x grade = Tariff points

Or, you can cut out the mental arithmetic and use one of our infographics below.

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Priya from the team is at UCAS Fair Cambridgeshire today! Come and say hello

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I used to do consumer directed attendant care through the state where you took care of people like that. Basically helping whatever they needed help with and the state paid you, and I did it for a family member. It made decent money too. I would call your local DHS and ask how people need to get qualified for this, because if your mother could get on as being eligible for this service then you would just have to fill out a bunch of paper work to work for her if she was qualified. I think most states have a program like this.

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I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''ve asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''ts for nursing personal statements – here''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

I graduated from Bristol University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2000 and, after taking some time out to travel in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, began working for XXXX. Since leaving university I have carefully considered my career aspirations and ambitions. I have concluded that a career in medicine will provide me with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that I am seeking whilst allowing me to use my analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Working in the medical profession will provide me with life-long personal and intellectual challenges and I believe that I can draw upon my experiences, skills and attributes to pursue this career successfully.

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” Jim Rohn

When talking to people about personal development, I come across tons of misconceptions. So let me clear up a major one right away.

The Ucas Tariff points system, which universities use to communicate their entry requirements, is undergoing some changes you should know about.


Size x grade = Tariff points

Or, you can cut out the mental arithmetic and use one of our infographics below.

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One in four of the UK population will at some time in their lives experience distressing changes in their psychological well-being. It's vitally important that they receive the proper care and attention they deserve from highly-qualified and supporting nursing staff. Our course will prepare you for the challenges and rewards of a career in mental health nursing, showing you how to provide effective care to help your patients with recovery.

With support provided by expert academic and clinical practice staff, you'll be well-prepared for practice as a registered nurse upon completion of the course. Our blend of theoretical and practical-based work, provided through placement programmes in a wide range of practices, will teach you through traditional learning methods and hands-on experience. We truly believe that mental health nursing is a life-changing experience, and will do everything we can to get you started in this stimulating profession.

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Order paper here Ucas Personal Statement For Mental Health Nursing

Outside my working life in caring, my main interests are in voluntary work and nurturing those less privileged than myself. In 2006 I was involved in the organisation and running of a skills development programme which culminated in an expedition to Bolivia, where I worked in an orphanage for young children. This was a moving experience, as well as one which made me appreciate the level of care and support offered in this country. It was enjoyable to work with a team all committed to the same purpose.

I am the first member of my family to apply to university. My working life has given me a sense of reality and sharpened my vision of what I feel are my own abilities and talents. My responsibilities at work have grown and I have had the opportunities to serve the needs of many patients. I am a good listener and have strong powers of empathy and understanding. I work well with others, but also have the courage to trust my own judgement and make my own decisions. I am purposeful and clear sighted in my ambitions, and I hope you will consider my application.

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I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

Have a chat with some of the mental health nurses in the student nurse forum. There s a specific section on personal statements as well as advice on interviews, bursaries etc. http://www.studentnurse.org.uk/

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Hi Mark. Are you around Uni of Beds tomorrow? I am there for the UCAS conference.

I became a qualified nurse in 2009 after completing the undergraduate degree in Adult Nursing at the University of West London. I chose to study a general nursing degree instead of specializing earlier in mental health nursing because I thought that it was important to gain the widest possible ground in nursing practice and in turn develop an overall appreciation of the demands of nursing as a profession. It was a pleasure to study for my nursing degree, and I believe my completion of it demonstrates my aptitude for undertaking further, specialist nursing studies.

Before qualifying as a nurse, I was a full-time mother to my children, an experience that I believe helped to encourage my inclination towards caring for people. As any mother will tell you, bringing up children demands patience, firmness and, above all, a compassionate nature. In addition to speaking English, I am a native speaker of Igbo and Yoruba. In my spare time, in addition to enjoying spending time with my husband and children I like to relax by practicing yoga, listening to music and volunteering with a range of charities.

This sample Mental Health Nursing personal statement shows relevant content and appropriate structure for your own personal statement.

There are only two truths in this world: just as it is certain you will die, it is a fact that your personal statement will be embarrassing in years to come.

Despite all the advice out there, we all find plenty of room to include things we shouldn’t. We’ve asked the experts how to avoid the most common pitfalls:

Qualifying as a nurse opens up a wide and diverse range of career paths. However, the selection criteria will be quite rigorous and you need to show that you fit the bill.

With this in mind, your personal statement should demonstrate a clear understanding of what the role involves, the challenges you’ll face and the kind of skills, qualities and values required. 

We''''ve asked admissions tutors to share their top dos and don''''ts for nursing personal statements – here''''s what they told us. For more personal statement advice, see our video tips from tutors  and our personal statement checklist for everything you need to get writing.

I graduated from Bristol University with First Class Honours in Chemistry in 2000 and, after taking some time out to travel in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, began working for XXXX. Since leaving university I have carefully considered my career aspirations and ambitions. I have concluded that a career in medicine will provide me with the life-long personal and intellectual challenges that I am seeking whilst allowing me to use my analytical, scientific and communication skills in a caring capacity.

Working in the medical profession will provide me with life-long personal and intellectual challenges and I believe that I can draw upon my experiences, skills and attributes to pursue this career successfully.

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” Jim Rohn

When talking to people about personal development, I come across tons of misconceptions. So let me clear up a major one right away.