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    Any advice for a-level student thinking of doing midwifery in Wales??
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    Try to get as much health and social care experience as possible. If this isn't possible, write about experiences you've had in school or at work and try and relate it to your course and the qualities a midwife should have. Look up stuff on the NMC website about the codes of nursing and midwifery and learn the 6Cs of nursing and relevant stuff in the news. When writing your personal statement, acknowledge that it is a challenging career, however you're passionate about it and feel you'll be able to deal with this. Researching stuff is the best way forward tbh! I researched how to write a good nursing personal statement for about 2 months before I got started and listed all the things I needed to include. I hope this is useful! Good luck!
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    Wow that's really helpful. Thank you so much!
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    (Original post by charisfage)
    Wow that's really helpful. Thank you so much!
    You're welcome! Just give me a message if you want a hand with anything, I'm more than happy to help. Best of luck
 
 
 
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