Hi guys, i'm just looking for some advice, and will be greatful for anyone's time. Here's the situation: I'm 25 and left school after my GCSEs - so i'll say that I have nothing in terms of qualifications, an my work is completely unrelated, so counts for nothing. I'm really hoping that it's possible to get into university next year to study physics, but have no idea what's generally required of a mature student. I've made, and am continuing to make a big personal effort to learn some basic maths to better understand things, i've tried to watch as many lectures as I can on YouTube, including all of the MIT lectures several times, so can say for certain that this is what I want to study. I've read a load too, a lot of which have been academic books. I know that this all counts for nothing when it comes to UCAS points, so that's the advice I am looking for - what will I be expected to do to get accepted? I've booked a place at my local universitys open day, and plan to speak to the admissions department early next week, until then though, any advice would be great. Thanks.