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    Ok so I'm 19 and turning 20 in April. I've been in between jobs since leaving school and wouldn't say I have that much work experience. I now know tho that I really want to go uni to do accounting or law. I have gcse in maths and also maths statistics but English I have none.

    Can anyone just give me some advice on what I should do? How I can give myself the best possible chance to get accepted next year? And if it's even worth applying? Will I have to do a access course as I haven't applied straight from school?

    If anyone could private message me it would be much appreciated
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    lol you do know theres no cut off age for uni, right?

    there are people in their 30s, 40s and even 50s who go to uni
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    An access course is an intense but quicker method to access uni.

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    I'm 22 just started a foundation degree. Foundation degrees have an extra year attached so they are 4 year courses a d mean that in the extra year you will learn all the skills needed in your first year. Try look for one of these.

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