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Hi, I hold a degree in Human Nutrition, and I would like to apply for Dietetics MSc at both LMU and KCL. I have applied 2wice in the previous years but I was rejected from the interview. I was told that, "I did not do well in my written exam and generally my nutrition knowledge was not as high, so these 2 let me down! I am so worried that if this happens again when I apply for next year? even though if I work harder to boost my nutrition knowledge , etc . I would really appreciate , If ANYONE could share some thoughts or advice on what AREAS should be my main focus for interview?
Also, what unis are better to apply to, may be they are less restrict ?
Thank you, P
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(Original post by parastoo95)
Hi, I hold a degree in Human Nutrition, and I would like to apply for Dietetics MSc at both LMU and KCL. I have applied 2wice in the previous years but I was rejected from the interview. I was told that, "I did not do well in my written exam and generally my nutrition knowledge was not as high, so these 2 let me down! I am so worried that if this happens again when I apply for next year? even though if I work harder to boost my nutrition knowledge , etc . I would really appreciate , If ANYONE could share some thoughts or advice on what AREAS should be my main focus for interview?
Also, what unis are better to apply to, may be they are less restrict ?
Thank you, P
i did dietetics at Plymouth (graduated with clinical Nutr cos dietetics wasn't for me) and their bsc programme had lower entry requirements than other unis. Ofcourse it is an undergrad degree but is 3 years and not 4 and you can research if you can transfer credits so you could start from 2nd year?

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/u.../bsc-dietetics
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