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    Hi, I have no idea out of each of these, which one to study at University next year. I've wrote my personal statement, but made it clear that I want to study Adult Nursing, but now, after looking through criminology, I like the sounds of this too. HELP???
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    Hi, I have no idea out of each of these, which one to study at University next year. I've wrote my personal statement, but made it clear that I want to study Adult Nursing, but now, after looking through criminology, I like the sounds of this too. HELP???
    well ,if you arent 100% on being a nurse then don't go for it and maybe take much more time to make a decision, did you get work experience in nursing? its better to use a year on a gap year than use a year on either course to discover you dont like it.
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    I'd say apply for Nursing, if you don't get in, apply for criminology.
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    Adult nursing.

    Criminology is... mickey mousey
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    I'm 2nd year Criminology. Tough course and by no means Mickey Mouse..
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    (Original post by cora12.3)
    Hi, I have no idea out of each of these, which one to study at University next year. I've wrote my personal statement, but made it clear that I want to study Adult Nursing, but now, after looking through criminology, I like the sounds of this too. HELP???
    My daughter did Adult Nursing and she is a Ward Sister on the Cardiac Ward at our local hospital. It's a far cry from Criminology - big contrast there.
    You either want to be a Nurse or you don't.
 
 
 
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