Hi everyone! I made a thread in the mental health section explaining that I'm really struggling with the reality of going to university. It's causing a huge amount of anxiety and panic, and I really fear for my health if I go. I've spoken to an advisor at my old school who told me that she thought I'm not ready for uni at all, and should take a gap year. However, I feel that there would be a lot of people I would disappoint if I didn't even try. When I got my results I got accepted into both my firm and my insurance choices, but in a panic because I didn't expect my firm to accept me, I went through clearing to get into my insurance, but now kind of regret it. I'm wondering what I should do if I find that this university really isn't for me. My firm choice would have allowed me to commute, but I only got ABB when they asked for AAA. I guess what I'm asking is if it's possible to transfer at the beginning of the year rather than the end, especially if I didn't get the required grades, even if they accepted me before? I'm trying not to assume I'll hate it, but I also want to be prepared to put myself at ease if I find I can't cope. If specifics help, my firm was KCL and my insurance was Royal Holloway. Also not sure if I should put this in the RH forum?
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