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    So i am in year 10 and i have currently been thinking about wanting to become a midwife in the future, as i finish my option lessons this year i was wondering what i would need to become a midwife, i am currently taking health and social care in which i finish by the end of year 10, i started my GCSE's at the start of year 9 as my school turned into an academy and it all changed, so i was also wondering what GCSE's i would also need and how many C's and above, thanks
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    It might be worth looking at some university courses online to see what their entry requirements are, as they are likely to vary somewhat between universities/courses.

    In general you will be likely to need at least 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English Language, Maths and a Science subject. After that, general 3 or 4 A-levels, including a related subject (Biology, Health & Social Care, Psychology, etc) with a certain number of UCAS points, and once you're at college and thinking about applying it would also be really useful to get some work experience, shadowing or volunteering in a healthcare setting.

    Hope that helps.
 
 
 
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