Follow these golden rules and you will improve your chance of being accepted to your first choice university.
Differentiate your application:
Rather than just claiming that you are enthusiastic or knowledgeable about your subject, demonstrate your interest and understanding by describing:
Transferable Skills are needed by an individual to make them ‘employable’ and also can be used to demonstrate essential characteristics of an undergraduate student. Along with an understanding and subject knowledge of the course you are applying to, universities often outline a set of skills that they want from a student. These skills are what they believe will equip the student to successful in the academic journey beyond school.
Transferable skills can be demonstrated through evidencing your knowledge, skills and attitudes, how you use those assets, and how you present them to universities in your personal statement and at interview.