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    Hey everyone,
    Are there any Paramedics/Students on here that could give me a little advice...
    I am hoping to apply for next year, as long as I have passed my driving test! I have passed an Access to HE course (although I am about to do an OU human biology course) I have a C in English but a D in Maths :/ (was thinking about doing the Maths equivalent rather than GCSE again!) I am currently employed as a HCA in the NHS.

    So my question is what are my chances?

    Any advice would be so gratefully recieved, Thank you
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    I'd contact the Uni you are applying to and ask advice. As far as I am aware most require the GCSE at C or above...to be considered. You might be able to do GCSE maths at night classes, I have a friend who did it that way (or similar) in a year and is now at Portsmouth...
 
 
 
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