Hello all. Looking for some advice and which route would be best to take. I’ll tell u a bit about my situation. I’m 29 American living in England and have got permanent residency in the uk. I’ve mainly worked in care homes as a HCA and have progressed to a senior. Only recently have started a post in renal as a HcA. I’ve got my level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care as well as level 2 in medication handling. I’ve got the experience behind me but I’m wanting to progress further in my career now and go into adult nursing. I’m actually not sure where to start? As I’m not English I haven’t done GCSEs however I have the equivalent in my country which is a high school diploma. Would I need to do GCSEs here then go onto a uni to train? Also I don’t think they are doing bursaries anymore so What options are there to paying? I need to earn a wage whilst studying so thinking of doing part time is this beneficial more so than full time? Sorry for the long post.
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- Thread Starter
- 10-11-2017 12:16
- 10-11-2017 22:44
this is just one unis requirements,will i guess be in that area
For general entry to undergraduate programmes at UCL we require a minimum of:One of the following will be considered:
- Five AP subjects, taken in the final three years of high school
- High achievement in three AP subjects, when combined with a High School Graduation Diploma with 3.3/4.0 plus a SAT I with a minimum score of 1950/2400 (old test) or 1380/1600 (new test), or an ACT of 29 in the Composite Score and 29 in the writing score (or combined English/writing Score if taken before 2015)
- High achievement in combination of five distinct AP and SAT subject tests, to include at least three AP’s. Please contact the undergraduate admissions office for further information.
- The successful completion of one year of study at a recognised US university, Community or Junior College, with an overall CGPA of 3.3/4.0 (equivalent to a 2.1), when combined with a High School Graduation Diploma with 3.3/4.0 plus a SAT I with a minimum score of 1950/2400 (old test) or 1380/1600 (new test), or an ACT of 29 in the Composite Score and 29 in the writing score (or combined English/writing Score if taken before 2015)
- Students who have not taken qualifications which are acceptable for direct entry to UCL will be considered if they have successfully completed a recognised international undergraduate foundation programme, including the UCL Undergraduate Preparatory Certificates.
- 10-11-2017 22:47
this from salford
A combined score of SAT I of at least 1260 with an individual minimum score in mathematics of 570 /800 and an individual minimum score of 610/800 in the evidence based reading and writing section
ACT with a score of at least 26
A grade 3,3,4 in three Advanced Placement Tests (AP's) in specified subjects; or SAT II in three specified subjects at 575 or better (Will accept tests interchangeably as long as in total three subject areas are covered)
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Bachelor/Professional Bachelor degree - when awarded by a regionally accredited institution with a general GPA of 2.75 or above.
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