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    Hi,
    Im 30 years old and havent been in higher education since I was 18!
    I am retaking gcse maths and gcse human health and physiology in june. Planning on starting an access to he science in September. I have been looking on the ucas website trying to work out university entry requirements but im so confused!!
    Im hoping the above qualifications will be enough to get accepted on to the diagnostic imaging course but im not so sure....
    Any help would be much appreciated!

    * hoping to apply for bristol, exeter uni
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    Mature student entry requirements are rarely published in detail, as they're decided on a case-by-case basis.

    My best advice is to contact the Admissions Office of your target unis, explain what you're planning and ask what they want from an applicant in your situation. It would be gutting to do all this study, only to discover later that your unis want something different. Never try to second guess them - different unis may have different requirements for courses with the same name. Some will want a particular 'flavour' of Access course. Most unis these days will also want GCSE Maths and English at Grade C or above.
 
 
 
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