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Hi guys, I want to do mental health nursing at uni but only have functional skills level 1 in english and BTEC sports level 2 do you think I have any hope and if not would you suggest is the best route to take and what are the options?
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Hi guys, I want to do mental health nursing at uni but only have functional skills level 1 in english and BTEC sports level 2 do you think I have any hope and if not would you suggest is the best route to take and what are the options?
Do you have any GCSEs or A Levels?
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Hi guys, I want to do mental health nursing at uni but only have functional skills level 1 in english and BTEC sports level 2 do you think I have any hope and if not would you suggest is the best route to take and what are the options?
Good morning, for mental health nursing universities would be looking for GCSEs and level 3 qualifications. If you have been out of education for some time you may wish to consider studying an Access to Higher Education Diploma. These can be studied full time in one year and many universities will accept these for entry on to their degree programmes. Access to Higher Education Diplomas are taught at further education colleges, so if you think this might be an option for you it's worth checking out your local college to see what they offer. If you have any questions, or if I can help in any way, please feel free to drop me a message. Thanks, Carrie
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Hi guys, I want to do mental health nursing at uni but only have functional skills level 1 in english and BTEC sports level 2 do you think I have any hope and if not would you suggest is the best route to take and what are the options?
Good morning, for mental health nursing universities would be looking for GCSEs and level 3 qualifications. If you have been out of education for some time you may wish to consider studying an Access to Higher Education Diploma. These can be studied full time in one year and many universities will accept these for entry on to their degree programmes. Access to Higher Education Diplomas are taught at further education colleges, so if you think this might be an option for you it's worth checking out your local college to see what they offer. If you have any questions, or if I can help in any way, please feel free to drop me a message. Thanks, Carrie
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