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In need of 34 more UCAS points to get onto a course. It is Midwifery, therefore, any course studied to gather these points need to be health/science based. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I could do to gain this, these are the plans I've come up with so far;

1. Study an A-Level, preferably Sociology as I only have a matter of months (around 5) to study and then, sit the exam to gain entry to the Midwifery course 2020. I've heard and seen a few people express that it is quite an easy topic to grasp. I'd have to get at least a B in any A-Level I take to get the UCAS points required.

2. Join the Midwifery course with a foundation year, completing the year of study I am on now and transfering over, however, will struggle with the funding of the final year of study with already using 1 out of 4 given by SFE.

3. Cry? I need suggestions...
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