Nursing - Adult - BSc (Hons) A-level requirements

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IzzyHarris1
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I was looking at the subjects that you’re required to take at A-level to be accepted into the course and got slightly confused. I’m wondering if I have to take 3 subjects from the list or if I can take two and a different subject (the school i’m applying to won’t allow me all three). So for example Health and social care, Biology and instead of my planned Psychology I could take Geography instead.
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I was looking at the subjects that you’re required to take at A-level to be accepted into the course and got slightly confused. I’m wondering if I have to take 3 subjects from the list or if I can take two and a different subject (the school i’m applying to won’t allow me all three). So for example Health and social care, Biology and instead of my planned Psychology I could take Geography instead.
Hi, from what I understand you only need to have one of these subjects. I can't really see a situation where it might be better that you have more than one unless it is VERY oversubscribed. But really as long as you meet the minimum requirements subject wise the focus of the admissions process is on other things not the grades. It's just sort of a basic way to filter applicants.
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I was looking at the subjects that you’re required to take at A-level to be accepted into the course and got slightly confused. I’m wondering if I have to take 3 subjects from the list or if I can take two and a different subject (the school i’m applying to won’t allow me all three). So for example Health and social care, Biology and instead of my planned Psychology I could take Geography instead.
That being said I think you will benefit highly from the courses you have suggested! Taking Geography instead of Psychology won't make a difference in the slightest to the course, it is more important to do a subject you like and will get better grades in to ensure you meet the minimum grade requirements
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That being said I think you will benefit highly from the courses you have suggested! Taking Geography instead of Psychology won't make a difference in the slightest to the course, it is more important to do a subject you like and will get better grades in to ensure you meet the minimum grade requirements
Thank you! This helped a lot.
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