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    I dining gcses now but I don't know what a levels to choose for child nursing
    I have ready chose psychology sociology and biology but I don't know my 4th option
    I don't want to do something like English or chemistry because I don't enjoy them and I also don't want to do a btec
    PLEASE HELP


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    (Original post by Abcdeabcde)
    I dining gcses now but I don't know what a levels to choose for child nursing
    I have ready chose psychology sociology and biology but I don't know my 4th option
    I don't want to do something like English or chemistry because I don't enjoy them and I also don't want to do a btec
    PLEASE HELP


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    Hi Hun

    I would phone the Uni's. The obvious one for me is chemistry but they might be happy with Maths?

    There very approachable so just call them. Good luck.


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    [QUOTE=kathyowen04;44738991]Hi Hun

    I would phone the Uni's. The obvious one for me is chemistry but they might be happy with Maths?

    There very approachable so just call them. Good luck.


    I didn't want to do chemistry because I thought it would be too hard and i don't want to do anything that is boring.
    Thanks for your help though




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    Does your school offer health and social care? That's fun and relevant to nursing!
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    I don't want to do health and social care because I don't find it interesting
    But do you think forensic science is a good option For child nursing?
    Thanks for your help guys


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    (Original post by Abcdeabcde)
    I don't want to do health and social care because I don't find it interesting
    But do you think forensic science is a good option For child nursing?
    Thanks for your help guys


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    what about law? there's a lot of legislation in nursing
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    (Original post by Soph.Jade)
    what about law? there's a lot of legislation in nursing
    Thanks for the reply
    My option is between chemistry and forensic science now and I don't know which one to do because I won't find chemistry interesting but I know I will find forensics interesting but the only reason I don't want to do it is because it's a btec


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    (Original post by Abcdeabcde)
    I don't want to do health and social care because I don't find it interesting
    But do you think forensic science is a good option For child nursing?
    Thanks for your help guys


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    You don't find health and social care interesting :confused: You do realise that that's essentially what nursing is, right? All of my lectures so far (1st year adult nursing) have covered topics that I've either covered in H+SC or biology.
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    You don't find health and social care interesting :confused: You do realise that that's essentially what nursing is, right? All of my lectures so far (1st year adult nursing) have covered topics that I've either covered in H+SC or biology.
    I did couple of lessons and it wasn't bad but it wasn't amazing like I found psychology amazing
    But I am going to choose biology


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    (Original post by Abcdeabcde)
    I did couple of lessons and it wasn't bad but it wasn't amazing like I found psychology amazing
    But I am going to choose biology


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    I agree that health and social care is much more relevant than your other options and will be much more helpful for nursing. but if it's between forensics and chemistry then definitely go for chemistry!
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    (Original post by Soph.Jade)
    I agree that health and social care is much more relevant than your other options and will be much more helpful for nursing. but if it's between forensics and chemistry then definitely go for chemistry!
    Thanks for the reply
    When I search on unis psychology and sociology were good options to choose and chemistry was not as important as biology so I do think I will choose forensics but only
    Do it for a year then drop it


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