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    Hi, I graduated for the first time in 2009. It was so much easier doing a ucas application when at school! I have decided to embark on a career change and am applying to nursing. When filling out my education do I need to put all modules in for my undergrad degree and for my A Levels? Thanks for any help.
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    (Original post by Debbieb)
    Hi, I graduated for the first time in 2009. It was so much easier doing a ucas application when at school! I have decided to embark on a career change and am applying to nursing. When filling out my education do I need to put all modules in for my undergrad degree and for my A Levels? Thanks for any help.
    It's recommended to include everything. For your degree you can simplify things down a bit (first year average, second year average, final year module marks) and you don't need to enter modules for your A levels especially with a degree as well.
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    It's recommended to include everything. For your degree you can simplify things down a bit (first year average, second year average, final year module marks) and you don't need to enter modules for your A levels especially with a degree as well.
    Thanks for your advise. Do you have any tips on personal statements for mature students? I studied Social Anthropology the first time round and now trying for PGDIP in Nursing. I am quite late too apply so really want to make it stand out!
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    (Original post by Debbieb)
    Thanks for your advise. Do you have any tips on personal statements for mature students? I studied Social Anthropology the first time round and now trying for PGDIP in Nursing. I am quite late too apply so really want to make it stand out!
    Have a look at http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...nal-statements to see examples of other people's PSs.

    Also http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...nal_Statements although it's supposed to be for medicine alot of the principles apply to all vocational health degrees.

    If you need help structuring your thoughts and making sure you cover all the important content then https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/per...ake_some_notes is worth using (although keep copies locally too! if you lose your web connection and/or hit back at the wrong time it can lose what you've put in there).
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    Thanks that has been really helpful!

    (Original post by PQ)
    Have a look at http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...nal-statements to see examples of other people's PSs.

    Also http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...nal_Statements although it's supposed to be for medicine alot of the principles apply to all vocational health degrees.

    If you need help structuring your thoughts and making sure you cover all the important content then https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/per...ake_some_notes is worth using (although keep copies locally too! if you lose your web connection and/or hit back at the wrong time it can lose what you've put in there).
 
 
 
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