Ross on Wye
Studying for MSc in Adult Nursing at Oxford Brookes University
Wow! That’s amazing! I personally would use green clay on myself rather than maggots! Green clay is a powerful wound healer too, it sucks up all the crap out of a wound and adds its minerals to it at the same time, therefore promoting tissue healing, it also minimises scaring! And it’s so easy to use and clean!
Sadly, the entry requirements for midwifery degrees as almost the same as for medical schools! 45 credits at level 3;
24 or more level 3 credits must be at distinction level and the rest at merit! For those who took the Access course route!
I have passed the academic IETLS! It was the hardest exam I have EVER done in my life!!
7 in writing; 7.5 in reading; 7.5 in listening and 8 in speaking!
I'm very chuffed about that! I am now doing an access course to get all the requirements for uni. Thankfully, I have two offers from two uni :) I'm starting my nursing in September in Gloucester :) Most of my UK classmates wouldn't be able to do that test. It is NOT an english test, it is a brain capacity test.
20%?! It's nothing!
This means that, out of a 1000 applicants, there are still 800 applying for an average 120 places on a course!
Lucky them!! I'm on for a lifetime in debt starting in September! :(