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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    I know this might sound dumb to some but I am genuinely confused.

    I am in sixth form and are taking 3 a levels, philosophy, history and psychology.

    I used to think Biology was THE a level I had to have to take a nursing course but I looked at Manchester university's entry requirements and saw that they only were looking for 1 science, including psychology, which I already had.

    Is this the case for other universities as well? Will universities accept me to a nursing course with psychology a level as my science? Will they be in favour of my other subjects?

    Yes, most universities will accept psychology as your science subject but just double check the entry requirements before you apply there. I was accepted at Manchester and I had psychology, no other sciences

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