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Hi, I've applied to study Children's Nursing at Wolverhampton Uni for September 2016. I've recently received an email giving me an invitation to do some Selection Tests (English + Maths) on 9th November 2015. I'm slightly worried about doing these as its been a while since I've done any English or Maths. They've said if I pass these tests then I'll receive an interview but haven't said what the pass rates are.... anyone else had this invitation or done any tests before?
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If you google 'nursing numeracy and literacy tests' you'll find examples from different universities. Pass rates differ from one uni to another.
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(Original post by lilibet01)
If you google 'nursing numeracy and literacy tests' you'll find examples from different universities. Pass rates differ from one uni to another.
Yeah I've had a look and started practicing but because I don't know what the pass rate is then I start to stress. Thanks though!
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I applied to study children's nursing at BCU in September 2016. I sent my UCAS off in September.. Has anyone received a response from them yet. Getting worried as people who sent their UCAS after me are getting interviews and I've heard nothing :\


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