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I’m in my late 20’s and I want to go to uni to study Midwifery or child nursing, I did a access course 3 years ago, however due to falling pregnant and having complications, I didn’t come out with the grades I need to get into uni. I’m thinking I would either need to do a levels or re do a access course? I would need for now to do it part time, does anyone have suggestions? I’m happy to do a online course if I can find a one uni will take? Thank you
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Moved to Nursing and Midwifery for you buddy
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Moved to Nursing and Midwifery for you buddy
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I think some access courses don’t allow applicants who have previously completed another access course, so you would need to check. I started an access course 3 years ago, but dropped out. I was in a group of much younger students (many of whom were on access courses because they hadn’t achieved the grades they wanted at alevel just a year or two prior. I couldn’t handle the pace and was also going thru a stressful time after the death of my mother. I am considering alevels thru distance learning because I feel that while there’s probably more content, the pace is a lot slower. I know I will need a lot of help with exam technique, too.
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