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I DID BIOLOGY /MATHS /PSYCHOLOGY/CHEMISTRY
and in AS i got uuuu
GCSE i got B in science and i did double science
now i am repeating the year (back in year 12)and doing health and social care and applied science BTEC
health and social care is level 3 diploma
applied science is level 3 extended certificate
to do anything in uni i need extended diploma (which will be a another two years =2021)
i dont like health and social care but i really like science. its so much more interesting.
i wanna ask my teachers to do psychology / chemistry/ biology again and coz its only been two week in to the this new year.
do u think i can get better grades this time? i cant fail gain but i really like it and wanna do it.
if i do health and social care i will have to become something like nurse or midwife and i don't like those kind of things.
i want to do something like psychotherapy , nutritionist , or biomedical scientist .
help does anyone have experience in this?
should i do levels or will i fail gain?
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(Original post by vipuli)
I DID BIOLOGY /MATHS /PSYCHOLOGY/CHEMISTRY
and in AS i got uuuu
GCSE i got B in science and i did double science
now i am repeating the year (back in year 12)and doing health and social care and applied science BTEC
health and social care is level 3 diploma
applied science is level 3 extended certificate
to do anything in uni i need extended diploma (which will be a another two years =2021)
i dont like health and social care but i really like science. its so much more interesting.
i wanna ask my teachers to do psychology / chemistry/ biology again and coz its only been two week in to the this new year.
do u think i can get better grades this time? i cant fail gain but i really like it and wanna do it.
if i do health and social care i will have to become something like nurse or midwife and i don't like those kind of things.
i want to do something like psychotherapy , nutritionist , or biomedical scientist .
help does anyone have experience in this?
should i do levels or will i fail gain?
do you know where you went wrong the first time, only then could you know if its worth trying again? if not i d suggest finishing the btec and finding somewhere you can do a foundation year to get onto a course you want
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do you know where you went wrong the first time, only then could you know if its worth trying again? if not i d suggest finishing the btec and finding somewhere you can do a foundation year to get onto a course you want
MATHS. that where i went wrong.
i did research there no foundation courses that will take health and social care btec diploma. they all want extended diploma or if it just the diploma they want a another alevel (mostly bio). but this for nursing tho.

everything else except from nursing (like physiotherapy) degrees wants applied science (extended or extended diploma or if it just the diploma they want a another alevel (mostly bio).)
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MATHS. that where i went wrong.
i did research there no foundation courses that will take health and social care btec diploma. they all want extended diploma or if it just the diploma they want a another alevel (mostly bio). but this for nursing tho.

everything else except from nursing (like physiotherapy) degrees wants applied science (extended or extended diploma or if it just the diploma they want a another alevel (mostly bio).)
I mean get the extended diploma then look at foundation years, as you got U's in all your subjects last time do you know without maths that you'd do better?
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