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    I'd been a bit wishy washy with wanting to go university this year or not, because I have severe eczema and I don't know if I want to see if it gets any better in a year so I can full enjoy the university experience.

    I've already firmed Newcastle and Nottingham and have applied for accommodation, so i'm guessing it would be too late, but is there any options for deferring these 2 choices for a year and going next year instead?

    Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
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    I'd been a bit wishy washy with wanting to go university this year or not, because I have severe eczema and I don't know if I want to see if it gets any better in a year so I can full enjoy the university experience.

    I've already firmed Newcastle and Nottingham and have applied for accommodation, so i'm guessing it would be too late, but is there any options for deferring these 2 choices for a year and going next year instead?

    Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
    Try ringing the universities up.
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    Yup, ring the admission office at the universities, they will help you.

    Gap years are great, just stick a plan you have in mind and to always go through with it.
 
 
 
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