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    I've applied for biomedical and biological sciences with foundation,through Durham University, I'll be a mature student at 34 and I pretty much only have GCSEs from when I was at school, even then not with spectacular results, I've got the motivation and financial freedom to give all my time to this course, which I hope I've put across in my personal statement, is anyone else in/been in a similar situation, what was the outcome, any help will be appreciated
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    (Original post by winebowa)
    I've applied for biomedical and biological sciences with foundation,through Durham University, I'll be a mature student at 34 and I pretty much only have GCSEs from when I was at school, even then not with spectacular results, I've got the motivation and financial freedom to give all my time to this course, which I hope I've put across in my personal statement, is anyone else in/been in a similar situation, what was the outcome, any help will be appreciated
    thanks
    So long as you have a C in GCSE English Language and C in GCSE Mathematics, you have a very strong chance
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    (Original post by AshEntropy)
    So long as you have a C in GCSE English Language and C in GCSE Mathematics, you have a very strong chance
    Thanks for the reply, well... I have a GCSE C in English Language, but a D in Maths, if I don't get in, it looks like it's going to be the access course route
 
 
 
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