For about three years I wanted to do nursing and then I changed to teaching following some advice from my careers teacher who said to explore other options too and not be so set on one thing. Now I've returned to nursing but am wondering if I have enough work experience for a successful application.
I volunteer in a hospital one night a week helping out with dinners and talking to patients. I took a first aid class in school last year and passed with full marks. I did a summer scheme with a special needs school for two weeks, and have volunteered in a library as a children's volunteer for the summer as well, but I mostly worked with older members of the public and only occasionally read to kids. I am going to join the community service committee at my school this year as well.
I achieved four A's in AS biology, psychology, English literature and health and social care, and am continuing on the first three to A2 with a predicted three A* grades. I think I am quite good at making an impression in interviews as well.
Is there any chance of me getting in to nursing at Queen's, or do I not have enough experience?
Thanks for any help!
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