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I was told my gcse English was too old to use as I took it 27 years ago and got a B English language. So I retook and got lower only to be told maybe I could use my old grade . Do GCSEs need to be 10 years young to do adult nursing? I’m gonna get my ucas points over the next 12 months doing access course
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As far as I'm aware, you need to have "recent" relevant education, i.e. within the last 5 years - therefore your access course should be fine. Having GCSE Maths & English is essential for the course. Who told you your GCSEs were "too old"? if it was someone from outside a university... talk to the university/univiersities you're looking at applying to, as there's no need to resit stuff you don't need to. (BTW my GCSE English & Maths certificates were 9 years old when I started my training so never had the alleged 10 year issue)
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