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    Getting into university help please?!!!!

    Im looking into studying midwifery at University...as far as i can see i need 200 UCAS points required for the course. I already have 100 points from when i was at college (few yrs back) so need 100 more....I can do this by studying an A level and Science is a preferred one in Midwifery. Anyone know how i can do an A level in Biology through adult education? Or is there a simpler way..if anyone could help me i would appreciate it and give rep of course.

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    Original Poster

    search.ucas.com/cgi…886

    HERE IS UCAS SITE WHICH SHOWS ENTRY REQUIREMENTS.

    have a look on open uni's website, courses starting fron 40 points on there :thumbsup: might be something for you

    ]http//ww…php

    A lot of further education colleges still do A levels in the evening. Worth a try

    Original Poster

    michelleleemoo;5053074

    have a look on open uni's website, courses starting fron 40 points on … have a look on open uni's website, courses starting fron 40 points on there :thumbsup: might be something for you :)]http://www.open.ac.uk/careers/education-health-and-welfare-careers.php



    thanks but i need 100 points:thumbsup:

    mamamia7;5053127

    thanks but i need 100 points:thumbsup:


    120, path to midwifery ]http//ww…E21 :thumbsup:
    hope you find something :-)

    I'd recommend contacting local colleges and seeing if they hold evening courses- as someone has already mentioned, quite a few do, and I'm sure you're likely to find somewhere that does a core subject like biology. Likely to start in September though!

    Original Poster

    Thanks guys am applying for an access to uni course in midwifery..this should help me get into uni by itself.

    What age are you? If you're a mature student they frequently will accept you with fewer points.

    Hey

    As above ring up, as you are a mature student you should call up and explain to wherever you want to apply. They may then adjust the entry requirements dependant on your experiences etc

    Better to call up and talk to them...instead of taking on another course which you may not need doing!

    Hope that Helps

    Some universities offer foundation courses for those not qualified enough to start the full course. It's basically a top-up course to get you up to the number of points needed.

    Have a look around at some universities (or even phone & speak to the admissions department at one or two of them - they're more than happy to help you) to see which ones can offer you a foundation course.
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