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    Hello, can anyone (who has done an access to nursing) knows how hard is ? like assessments how much you need to be in college? and because I am Italian , how hard it could be for a non native english speaker? is anyone into university now? is it easy then after this course to be accept from uni?

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    hi, its a great course, just completed mine but you need to be ready. if you haven't been in education in a long time i would advise that you are ready to give up a lot and put in a lot of hard work. it is very demanding, had to go college 4 days a week for compulsory learning. at least 2 assignments a week which all account to your final results and a few exams too. you will spend a lot of your time at home working on assignments so if you have children of a tender age it may prove difficult although childcare is covered. it is however a great way to get into further learning particularly nursing. just go i determined and work hard from the get go, never miss deadlines and start yur work early on and you will be just fine.
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