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rhinos01
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hi i am just doing my introduction, just wanted to know how hard the access to midwifery is, i have previously done 2years at uni doing nursing but ive been at home for the last 2 years i am worried i will struggle. And is it easier online that at college during the day. :

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Karen Hayday
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Should have replied earlier sorry,

but I am sure that you will be fine, it is not an easy course but with your background I am sure that you will sail through

Best wishes

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lizgarner
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Hi

I haven't studied properly in over 20 years and have had a ball doing this course.

Sometimes it will drive you nuts and you'll wonder if what's it all about.

Best thing is you can do it at your own pace. If you haven't set yourself a goal of uni 2011 then there is no time pressure. However, I think it does us good to set ourself time plans otherwise you'll still be at it when your as old as me!!

If you've done 2 yrs nursing then you have a far better grounding than alot of us on here.

Good luck

Lizzy

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Brilliant reply

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rhinos01
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Hi everyone


Just to introduce myself.

Just started the induction, I am in the york area if anyone is near by, I am doing the Access to Nursing hope to enjoy it, any help in the future would be great as I have not studies for 10 years.

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Great to hear from you, if you look on the study buddy page there may be someone in your area

Karen :)
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welcome to the DLC :)

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