Hi, I am having regrets going to Uni, I got bcc in my a levels and went through clearing and got accepted into a metropolitan uni studying psychology, i have just received my results and have failed my first year now I'm thinking i should go back to college and start it afresh and apply to uni all over again. my cousin said not to as then i have another year tuition loan from uni that i have to pay back. what shall i do? any advice will be helpful
So so confused Watch
- Thread Starter
- 05-07-2014 10:45
- 05-07-2014 10:53
Can you not redo the assignments in the summer and resubmit them?
- 05-07-2014 11:12
Hey, just a question. Are you sure you've failed?
My sister does Psychology at Blackburn, and on her course it says she's failed the first year because she hasn't completed the whole 3 years, and so it automatically says fail until the third year. If she hasn't passed then she obviously does not progress on to second year, but she is going to second year now. So was just wondering? Maybe yours is the same?
Otherwise, you don't exactly have to start fresh from college? Or if you want to desperately improve your A levels then maybe its good for you to start a new Just think about whats best for you!
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- 05-07-2014 11:17
If you want to drop out of university then that's up to you. Please don't be put off by having to repay more loan as it's not treated like a regular loan, you aren't expected to pay it back off really quickly. It'll just be taken out of your wage in small (relative) increments, you don't even have to think about it. Most people aren't expected to pay it all off and it's wiped from you after 30 years anyway so don't worry about the repayments, it's not really a concern. Considering how large the total adds up to anyway, what's one more year?*
*It's a lot, yes, but again, you won't really feel the impact of repaying.