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    Hiya,

    i am applying to adult nursing for sept 11 (awaiting referee to send my ucas off) and according to the website the requirement for english is

    All nursing applicants must have English normally at Standard Grade credit level or equivalent and normally maths/arithmetic at the same level.

    I got a 3 in english at school (im at college now) does this mean i may be rejected?

    i am suppose to do higher english at college (at a different time to the class - which is at night as i cant make that) but the teacher has not yet organised it (i arranged it over 5 weeks ago but she hasnt had it sorted out yet) and as time goes by i fear it may already be to late to catch up on what ive missed and pass the nabs / exam when this issue is resolved.

    am i able to take int 2 english or standard grade credit externally? or would the uni accept a 3?

    thanks
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    It depends on the competition I suppose. A three would often be OK though?
 
 
 
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