DSA proof Watch
I have a letter from my GP but it is fairly basic and doesn't mention any medication I'm on or the symptoms I'm suffering from/how it affects my studies.
It also isn't on headed letter paper but I have the receipt from when I paid for it? Would this be sufficient or should I go back to my GP and ask for it to be printed out again?
- as a side not I also have a couple of letters from my psychiatrist which was written about a year ago... could it be useful to maybe include these?
I'm going to nip back to the surgery and try and get them to stamp the letter
It's really frustrating because I've paid a fair amount to get this and it doesn't include what I need which means I'll probably have to pay for another one
GPs charge for letters? I've had many letters from my GP for various things and I've never had to pay for one.
Sometimes your uni cover the costs but mine stopped doing it the year before I started. I paid £15 for 4 lines and a few spelling mistakes. Just hope it gets accepted
As I keep pointing out, DSA regulations change from year to year so if a letter of three sentences was accepted one year, doesn't mean it will be accepted in the next. I've heard GP's demanding up to £80 per letter and a psychologist asking £250 to sign a form.
To be fair to our GP we did not mind paying at all. He did us a very comprehensive letter using dsa and the universities own guidance to answer all elements required.