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    I have recently registered for y032 access module as its neen 25 years since i have studied...😱
    I am hoping to go down the social work route (eventually) ...after speaking to someone with a bit of knowledge they have advised i do the k101 as a starting point...I'm thinkng about how much time it will take to complete both...
    My question is....As a newbie would the k101 be too much for me for a first ever OU module...thanks in advance

    OU access modules are designed for people who literally haven't opened a book in 30 years, so no I don't think you will find it too challenging. You might want to check out the Open University forum.
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