Nursing and midwifery test
As part of the application process, we require Nursing and Midwifery applicants to attend a numeracy test session. The location and time for your test can be found in the email you received from UCAS along with a map. Alternatively you can find our location on our maps and travel page. Please remember to bring your ID with you. Below is some useful information to help you prepare, along with some sample questions so that you can practice in advance of the day.
Following the test session, successful applicants will be invited to attend an interview with our academics and Trust partners.
What to bring with you
You need to bring photographic proof of ID (such as a driving licence/passport) and your 10 digit personal UCAS ID number with you to the assessment.
Please make sure you have read our nursing test Terms and Conditions (PDF File 87 KB).
The numeracy test lasts 30 minutes. The test consists of 10 questions and includes addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, as well as conversion of decimals to fractions, and fractions to decimals.
If you have any support needs and require reasonable adjustments please email the Admissions Team before your test.
To help you prepare, here are some useful links:
The location and time for your test can be found in the email you received from UCAS along with a map. Alternatively you can find our location on our maps and travel page. Please remember to bring your ID with you.
If your test is successful you will then attend an interview. Find out more about the interview session.
Telephone: 0800 923 8888
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