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    Hello,

    I received an offer to study philosophy at Oxford Brookes this September but I decided to study either midwifery or Adult nursing and mental health nursing. For midwifery, it appears that the University requires that the applicant had studied an A level in science.

    I had achieved an A in philosophy, A in psychology and C in history for AS levels but I don't have a science a level.

    I am now waiting for my A2 results this August.

    What's the likelihood that if I were to do midwifery, I would be accepted without a science A level?

    What's the likelihood that I can change from a philosophy degree to Adult nursing and mental health nursing? Do nursing courses/midwifery tend to be full by results day?

    Thank You
 
 
 
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