So. We know that OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE, in terms of admission, have a very stressful process... or at least for most. So, it's stressful enough without having loads of serious/few very serious things affecting your results and, like, destroying your future.
We've all read the Extenuating Circumstances form but they never really like telling you what they actually consider to be such a circumstance. I mean, obviously death in the family, serious illness, etc.etc. is obvious enough without clarification.
So, what do you think merits special consideration?
Long-term illness that prevented you from attending school for months during exams and a GCSE year?
Social issues that merited special one-to-one counselling for an extended period of time?
You decide: discuss.
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