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Need a doctor's note for uni watch

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    I'm submitting it tomorrow. I've written my symptoms and how that meant I couldn't get in nor could have done the practical if I had been in. I said I emailed and then went to sleep as that's the only thing that helps, then I said that I didn't go to the doctors as I wasn't aware I would need medical evidence at the time.

    Is that ok? I think because it's only a minor piece of coursework it's handled in my department rather than further up. Put they do say on the policy that retrospective and self-certifying evidence doesn't count anyway so paying £30 for a retrospective doctor's note would have been pointless.
    It sounds fine to me. I wouldn't have gone to the doctors either, especially if it's a one off.
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    I'm submitting it tomorrow. I've written my symptoms and how that meant I couldn't get in nor could have done the practical if I had been in. I said I emailed and then went to sleep as that's the only thing that helps, then I said that I didn't go to the doctors as I wasn't aware I would need medical evidence at the time.

    Is that ok? I think because it's only a minor piece of coursework it's handled in my department rather than further up. Put they do say on the policy that retrospective and self-certifying evidence doesn't count anyway so paying £30 for a retrospective doctor's note would have been pointless.
    That will be fine. Nothing to lose.
 
 
 
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