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    I'm 21 years old and looking to head back into the world of education next September to study physiotherapy. I have had a few years of working as I wasn't sure what I wanted to do but after a great deal of thinking and research I finally decided.

    I wondered if anyone had any advice for me - I don't have a huge amount of work experience in this field however I am trying to get some lined up at the moment (emailed round local hospitals and physiotherapists).

    Do any previous students have any advice on the application process after you've applied through UCAS? Is there anything I should specifically prepare for.

    I'm quite nervous about the whole process as it was easier to apply to university when I was in sixth form as there was plenty of guidance, it's a tad overwhelming trying to predict whether it's worth going for this with not so much experience?

    Anyway, I am rambling, any advice would be appreciated!

    Gemma
 
 
 
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