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I want to apply to the University of Hull to do primary education and I’m doing a foundation year but I’m still really worried about the competitiveness of the places. I’m under the impression that doing a foundation year means there’s more chance I’ll get in. Is this true?
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(Original post by merylstreeps)
I want to apply to the University of Hull to do primary education and I’m doing a foundation year but I’m still really worried about the competitiveness of the places. I’m under the impression that doing a foundation year means there’s more chance I’ll get in. Is this true?
What foundation year are you doing?
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Yes. A foundation year course is generally less sought-after (which means you will face lower competition), and they tend to have lower entry requirements.
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