Urgent need helpWatch
1ST YEAR (AS)
During my AS i was struggling with depression even though not diagnosed with it i no what depression is lol. i was worn out from IGCSE's due to studying literally all day and barely getting 5 hours sleep in and this went on for 2 years.
2ND YEAR (A2) (full grades)
MATHS (AS) D
Things only GOT WORSE ... I WAS DROPPED FROM A2 MATHS TO AS... DIAGNOSED WITH TB ... TOOK MEDICATION WHICH COMPLETELY TURNED MY WORLD UPSIDE DOWN... COULDNT CONCENTRATE ... HEADACHES .. FAINTING..... I BARELY CAME TO COLLEGE but family wanted me to do the exams but i was not in a mentally stable place to do so so i flopped hard
3RD YEAR (AS)
BIO B (6 UMS OF A)
THINGS GOT REALLY BAD HERE DUE TO FALSELY BEING ACCUSED OF SECTION 20 ASSAULT GBH.... COURT CASE FROM JAN-AUGUST ... STARTED ANTI DEPRESSANTS AGAIN..SLEEPING PILLS... I GAVE UP HOPE... I DIDNT CARE THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO PRISON FOR A GUD 10 YEARS SINCE ERRYTHING WAS AGAINST ME
THIS YEAR IM GOING TO JUST GO FOR IT. BEING HONEST IT WITH MYSELF IM PERFECTLY CAPABLE OF ACHIEVING AAB/ABB.
the thing is my course needs BBB so getting grades this year is naat a problem. i have plenty of work experince inside the NHS but 4 years doing a levels is not going to look good even with these factors. what do you guys think?
It may also be worth emailing some of the universities you're interested in before you send your application off, and asking if they will consider you given the circumstances. This way if one or two of them give you and outright "no" you won't waste places on the UCAS form, and you can look for alternatives.
Then look at University. It isn't going anywhere and will still be there for when you are up to it. Believe me, Uni/away from home is not a good place for anyone with obvious, and unresolved, mental health issues.