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    (Original post by mmms95)
    If we had extenuating circumstances,(thankfully I sat the exam tho) should we inform our uni's about it? I have the medical reports (was admitted inot hospital, discharged a day before exam) so should I just inform them?? I sent them to the board ofcourse, but should I just inform my uni's for the sake of it?
    If you want to inform your preferred university then it is best done by your 6th form so talk to them. (You say you have sent stuff to the exam board - I assume that you mean you have given stuff to your school to make the submission. The exam boards won't accept anything directly from you).

    (Original post by mmms95)
    i had my exam on the 14th, is it okay i inform them within 7 days?
    Should be fine.

    beginning of the year i suffered from a big family problem and seeing a counseller ever since and since august been suffering from severe miagranes daily which i am now on medication for. it has impacted my studies especially my ability to concentrate. i did not mention anything to the uni because i was worried they would not think i am capable of getting the grades and wanted to try without letting them know. Now i feel like i won't have done as well as hoped and that i should let them know about these circumstances but i think it's too late ?


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