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    Hiii,

    I've stayed an extra year at sixth form so I can sort my grades out so I'm only doing my UCAS and personal statement now.
    I've signed up to do an EPQ and I'm only expecting myself to get 3 C's. This doesn't seem to be a problem as I've found universities that I could apply to with CCC, and I could probably even get away with CCD if it came to it.
    Was just wondering if anyone has been through a similar situation and got into university for adult nursing with only C's? :-)
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    (Original post by egegegx)
    Hiii,

    I've stayed an extra year at sixth form so I can sort my grades out so I'm only doing my UCAS and personal statement now.
    I've signed up to do an EPQ and I'm only expecting myself to get 3 C's. This doesn't seem to be a problem as I've found universities that I could apply to with CCC, and I could probably even get away with CCD if it came to it.
    Was just wondering if anyone has been through a similar situation and got into university for adult nursing with only C's? :-)
    I've moved this to the nursing section for you
    But yes i know people that have gotten onto nursing with CCC, i got onto mh nursing with much worse grades by doing a hnc to make up for them so even if you don't get the ccc you can do things on top of your a levels to make up for it. There are two universities uclan and keele that offer adult nursing with a foundation year so maybe consider one of those as your back up/insurance choice
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I've moved this to the nursing section for you
    But yes i know people that have gotten onto nursing with CCC, i got onto mh nursing with much worse grades by doing a hnc to make up for them so even if you don't get the ccc you can do things on top of your a levels to make up for it. There are two universities uclan and keele that offer adult nursing with a foundation year so maybe consider one of those as your back up/insurance choice
    Ahh thankyou!!
    Oh really! which university do you go to? Also, what's a HNC?? Yeah I looked at UCLAN's foundation degree so I think I might use that as one of my 5 choices! Thankyou x
 
 
 
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