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    I have applied to universities and have had offers to study biomedical science this year.

    But whats the point, if your not guaranteed a job? You prolly dont even need one, as many nurses and people in the healthcare sect are trained on the job.

    I bet someone who doesnt even have a degree will be able to get a job same as a graduate.

    So is there any point, or will I just be wasting my time? Shall I just get a job as a trainee or something in a hospital with my A levels? Many hospitals let people train to be nurses and work towards an NVQ such as psychiatric nurses.

    If I get options like this, should I not go uni?
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    Do nursing at uni if you want to be a nurse. Biomedical science on its own wont get you to where you want to be any more than A levels. No brainer.
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    I really hope so.
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    Because you are passionate about your subject and want to further your knowledge...

    Just a thought :holmes:
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    What yellowmeringue said, and also I couldn't be a SLT if I didn't do the degree first.
 
 
 
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