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i am interested in studying an access course and like to study nursing should i study access to health and social care or the science route and how hard is the access course.
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i am interested in studying an access course and like to study nursing should i study access to health and social care or the science route and how hard is the access course.
Hi, if you would like to study nursing in the future then i would suggest studying the access to nursing course at a college as it leads you directly to a nursing degree and you get a good insight in nursing which may even put you at an advantage. I study the access to nursing course and it is challenging but the best advice i can give to you is to never leave your work till the last minute and always aim for high grades to avoid disappointment.
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Hi, if you would like to study nursing in the future then i would suggest studying the access to nursing course at a college as it leads you directly to a nursing degree and you get a good insight in nursing which may even put you at an advantage. I study the access to nursing course and it is challenging but the best advice i can give to you is to never leave your work till the last minute and always aim for high grades to avoid disappointment.
Thanks Eurydice I take your advice 😊
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It needs to be sciences. I'm on the access course and mine is health sciences - Psychology, Biology and Sociology.
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I'm doing the access course and love it! 😊 Yes there is a lot of work involved but honestly if you put enough effort in and make sure you time wisely you can easily get merits or distinctions! The science route is the one you need to do.
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It needs to be sciences. I'm on the access course and mine is health sciences - Psychology, Biology and Sociology.
Ok thanksmiss determinedmiss determined
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I'm doing the access course and love it! 😊 Yes there is a lot of work involved but honestly if you put enough effort in and make sure you time wisely you can easily get merits or distinctions! The science route is the one you need to do.
Good luck in your studies and thank you
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I'm doing the access course and love it! 😊 Yes there is a lot of work involved but honestly if you put enough effort in and make sure you time wisely you can easily get merits or distinctions! The science route is the one you need to do.
May I ask what books you would recommend to buy for help on the access to nursing I am starting this course and I would love to go onto adult nursing
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