I know this might sound dumb to some but I am genuinely confused.
I am in sixth form and are taking 3 a levels, philosophy, history and psychology.
I used to think Biology was THE a level I had to have to take a nursing course but I looked at Manchester university's entry requirements and saw that they only were looking for 1 science, including psychology, which I already had.
Is this the case for other universities as well? Will universities accept me to a nursing course with psychology a level as my science? Will they be in favour of my other subjects?
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- Thread Starter
- 09-06-2016 16:09
- 09-06-2016 21:10
Yes, most universities will accept psychology as your science subject but just double check the entry requirements before you apply there. I was accepted at Manchester and I had psychology, no other sciences
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