Is it possible to get into KCL with a Btec

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I was wondering if it was possible to get into KCL with a btec in health and social care. I’m just curious as I’m in year 12 atm.
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What are you looking to do at KCL?
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What are you looking to do at KCL?
Adult nursing, which I know is a really competitive course. I’m just looking at different unis at the moment.
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Adult nursing, which I know is a really competitive course. I’m just looking at different unis at the moment.
Assume this is what you're looking at

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergra...dult-nurse-bsc

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma with DDM in either Health & Social Care or Applied Science OR DDM in any other subject, and one A level at grade B in a Science subject.

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BTEC/CTEC Level 3 Diploma with DM in either Health & Social Care or Applied Sciences, and one A level at grade B OR DM in any other subject, and one A level at grade B in a Science subject .

OR

BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Extended Certificate or CTEC Level 3 Introductory Diploma/Extended Certificate with grade M in either Health & Social Care or Applied Sciences, and two A levels at grades BB OR grade M in any other subject, and two A levels at grades B with at least one in a Science subject.

NOTE: Topics studied in the BTEC should cover topics not already studied within the A level. For example, if taking A level Chemistry the BTEC should cover topics other than chemistry.
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Assume this is what you're looking at

https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergra...dult-nurse-bsc

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma with DDM in either Health & Social Care or Applied Science OR DDM in any other subject, and one A level at grade B in a Science subject.

OR

BTEC/CTEC Level 3 Diploma with DM in either Health & Social Care or Applied Sciences, and one A level at grade B OR DM in any other subject, and one A level at grade B in a Science subject .

OR

BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Extended Certificate or CTEC Level 3 Introductory Diploma/Extended Certificate with grade M in either Health & Social Care or Applied Sciences, and two A levels at grades BB OR grade M in any other subject, and two A levels at grades B with at least one in a Science subject.

NOTE: Topics studied in the BTEC should cover topics not already studied within the A level. For example, if taking A level Chemistry the BTEC should cover topics other than chemistry.
I don’t really know if I should apply to KCL or it would just be a waste of a slot in my ucas application. I kinda of want to stay in London area so I’m looking at other unis as well.
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