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Nov 6th, 2008 at 9:28am
 
Hi All,

I am a new member here and hoping to get some good info. I am a registered nurse who graduated from Napier in 2006 with a BN with distinction. I have over the years become interested in law because of the litigous nature of healthcare these days and am looking to follow a career in law, hopefully by studying at napier via the graduate entry. Napier have confirmed they will accept my degree for entry, any other uni's that dont require a degree with honours in Scotland?

Is there any nurses here or people whom can give me advice to increase my chances of being offered a place at Napier in 2009? Also how did nurses find the law degree workload etc? Anyway I hope to hear from some people here.

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