You are required to respond to four different questions in the preparation of your Skills and Learning Statement (SLS). Two of these are directly related to your meetings with your Project Mentor:
To pass the SLS you have to show your ability to reflect on judgments that you have made and/or actions that you have taken during your project work. You also have to provide evidence that you recognise your own strengths and weaknesses.
It is very important that you think carefully about what you want to achieve in each of the three meetings. It is equally important to reflect on what happened during the meeting and how your objectives were achieved. Making a note after meetings, or keep a personal diary of reflections, will help you develop content for possible later use in your SLS.