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    Hi guys,

    I've firmed London Southbank University on my UCAS to study Children's Nursing in September.

    I'm not too familiar on what each year of the course entails? Is the placement and theory in different blocks?

    Any advice would be awesome! Plus if anyone else is starting in September 2016 - Hey!! xx
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    (Original post by Anastasia2258)
    Hi guys,

    I've firmed London Southbank University on my UCAS to study Children's Nursing in September.

    I'm not too familiar on what each year of the course entails? Is the placement and theory in different blocks?

    Any advice would be awesome! Plus if anyone else is starting in September 2016 - Hey!! xx
    Hey! I'm going for an interview for LSBU for children's nursing on the 15th of June, i'm so nervous but if it does go ok and i do get an offer i will be firming it! I was just wondering if you had any tips on the interview/numeracy or literacy process?

    Hannah x
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    Hey!

    I can't really give too much away because they made me sign a non-disclosure agreement, but what I will say is that there are about 5 or 6 different stations where you get about 5 minutes to answer questions and chat and stuff. On the final station you have to write a mini essay in a short amount of time (it's easy so don't worry)!

    At each station, just make sure that you relax, that you include all of your knowledge and experience wherever you can and mainly just chat to them as though they are your friends because they are so lovely and friendly there.

    Hope this helped a little bit!

    Good luck! Hopefully see you next year!xx
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    (Original post by Anastasia2258)
    Hey!

    I can't really give too much away because they made me sign a non-disclosure agreement, but what I will say is that there are about 5 or 6 different stations where you get about 5 minutes to answer questions and chat and stuff. On the final station you have to write a mini essay in a short amount of time (it's easy so don't worry)!

    At each station, just make sure that you relax, that you include all of your knowledge and experience wherever you can and mainly just chat to them as though they are your friends because they are so lovely and friendly there.

    Hope this helped a little bit!

    Good luck! Hopefully see you next year!xx
    Thank you so much!! I hope to get there and see you too! This has made me feel much less nervous about everything!! Xx
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    Hey! I just wanted to let you know I received an offer and have firmed LSBU for children's nursing in September! thank you for your tips for the interview!! Have you sorted accommodation yet? I have no idea where to begin, or which halls of residence children's nurses usually stay in! xx
 
 
 
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