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    Hi guys, hope you can help me with the complicated world of ucas points! I'm 31 and decided to become a midwife, for the midwifery degree I need about 300 ucas points. I have 100 from my a levels when I was 18 but have no idea how to get more. I think either btec dipoloma or avce double award? Do I have to go to uni full time to study these? Can anyone recommend anything or been in the same situation? I work full time and wanted to study for 2 years at the same time before i start my midwifery degree.
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    Contact the university directly, often if you have been out of education for many years there are different requirements. If you have any experience make sure to let them know and ask what additional qualifications you would need. The course should say on the website if there are different entry requirements for mature students.
 
 
 
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