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    if you were pregnant when you go to your uni interview (midwifery), would they still take you? as baby would be around 8 weeks old and would be with a childminder when you actually start uni.
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    They'll ask you to show your midwifery skills
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    i was just wanting to know if i would get excepted onto uni if i was pregnant at the time of the uni interview
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    (Original post by anon37)
    i was just wanting to know if i would get excepted onto uni if i was pregnant at the time of the uni interview
    It's possible they would but you d have to be cleared by occupational health before you could go on placements.
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    It's possible they would but you d have to be cleared by occupational health before you could go on placements.
    hi i won't be pregnant once uni starts in September, the baby will be around 8 weeks old, but i will be pregnant when i attend the interview to get a place at uni, i'm worried they won't give me a place because of this x
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    (Original post by anon37)
    hi i won't be pregnant once uni starts in September, the baby will be around 8 weeks old, but i will be pregnant when i attend the interview to get a place at uni, i'm worried they won't give me a place because of this x
    Being pregnant won't bring an interview to an end! So long as you can assure them you have the necessary childcare resources in place, it shouldn't be a problem.
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    Being pregnant won't bring an interview to an end! So long as you can assure them you have the necessary childcare resources in place, it shouldn't be a problem.
    thank you so much this is the answer i was looking for , I already have a childminder, she's my son's old one before he started nursery and she's guaranteed baby a place x
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    (Original post by anon37)
    hi i won't be pregnant once uni starts in September, the baby will be around 8 weeks old, but i will be pregnant when i attend the interview to get a place at uni, i'm worried they won't give me a place because of this x
    I mean as long as you can show your feeling well after having the baby and have childcare it shouldn't be a problem
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    I mean as long as you can show your feeling well after having the baby and have childcare it shouldn't be a problem
    thank you hun x
 
 
 
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