I would believe that you need a very serious reason to redo a year?
Having had my first year in uni completely wrecked by mental health and no knowledge of how to support myself through this process, would a Uni consider allowing somebody approaching their third year retake 1st year exams? Or even the whole year?
I have access to substantial notes from a therapist from the time and my first year attendance was poor. The truth is that i've never known the proper processes, what aspects of my work to rectify or options available to support myself, thus why I blindly left my first year with a near fail overall with overstated courage of just feeling healthier and making it up the grades easily (My first year counts for 25% of my degree classification).
It is a serious deadweight on my grades but I very unconvincingly passed the year. I've been accused of using mental health as a reason after I get my results but given I rapidly dropped anxiety/depression during the summer of my first year I was ignorant and naive to it all
Would I be able to redo my first year
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