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    Hi. I studied a foundation year and then started year 1. After 2 months I dropped out. I'd struggled with generalised anxiety disorder. After a few years I reapplied to uni and the uni wanted me to start at foundation again which I did. I was granted compelling personal reasons for the 1 yr 2 months previous study. I'm now in year 2(3rd year of 4 Year course) and anxiety has got me again. There has been a death in my family and my university has gone into financial difficulties making cuts around the campus and to tutors and making my uni life a very stressful time. If the worst happens and I fail this year's modules will I be eligible to apply for compelling personal reasons again to retake this year?
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    Sarah
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    Hi Sarah_jayne

    You will be ale to appeal again for compelling personal reasons against this year. You would need to reapply, send a letter with evidence explaining what your circumstances were. If awarded, you would get funding again to complete the year.

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    Thanks for your help
 
 
 
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