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    I did health and social care last year and passed but changed to a levels this year to try get more ucas points, however, I really dislike a levels and my biggest regret is leaving health and social care. I have decided to go back to health and social care this year as I love the course. By the time ill be going to university ill be 20. Will it be harder for me to be accepted onto a child nursing course?
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    Because of your age? I doubt it. If you're worried about the fact you switched to a levels, I'm not sure, but if you can provide a good explanation about why you did it and get good grades, I don't think they would hold it against you.
 
 
 
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