So I'm looking to do an access course in humanities and I want to get mainly distinctions.
I don't hold out much hope-
:Trigger warning maybe?:
I'm very bright, but I'm nuts. I was an A* student until I was hospitalized for a suicide attempt when I was 17. Although I managed to get 3 C's and an A at AS levels on 30 percent attendance and no homework the following year, my mental health was continuously atrocious. I've dropped out of two sixthforms and I spent most of this year engaging in incredibly high risk behavior following a horrific event in January. I suffer with a serous personality disorder, psychosis, periods of intense mania, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression and PTSD from a number of different things.
nd of the maybe trigger warning:
I've sorted my life out a bit and I want a university place but I've heard really polarizing things about access courses. Some say it's incredibly hard others that it's high work load but relatively easy. The work is not my issue my own erratic inability is. Am I kidding myself thinking I can do this?
How difficult is a Humanities Access Course if you're seriously unwell
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