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    Hi just wondering if anyone has any advice basically in 2010 I started a nursing diploma of which I completed a year and a half. I left because my mental health problems became quite severe which led to me leave without really telling anyone. I'm hoping to go back to do a new course in September and will be trying to claim compelling reasons to get a years funding back. My question is will a letter from my gp be enough as I'm not really in a place where I can ask for a letter from the uni.

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    It's the letter from your GP which is vital for the Compelling Personal Reasons application. S/He needs to describe your symptoms in as much detail as possible, and explain how they prevented you studying and continuing with your course.
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    (Original post by Klix88)
    It's the letter from your GP which is vital for the Compelling Personal Reasons application. S/He needs to describe your symptoms in as much detail as possible, and explain how they prevented you studying and continuing with your course.
    Thank you so much that's not a problem I was seeing him as soon as I dropped out till now so it shouldn't be a problem I was just worried because I read somewhere that you needed a letter from the uni as well.


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