Hey guys I'm new to this so sorry if it's in the wrong place or stuff like that
unfortunately, a few months before the exams I became very ill. I was having a lot of tests done at the time including going between exams to the hospital. My symptoms were quite strong and the school know that there was a case for special consideration and rest breaks.
I don't really trust the school and feel that they won't persue the application.
Is there any way that on results day I will know if it has been applied and also if it hasn't is there any actions can take towards the school??
Thankyou sorry it was long
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- Thread Starter
- 25-07-2014 03:17
- 29-07-2014 03:10
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