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    I struggle with depression and anxiety so when I applied to uni I asked to get some support. The university I've applied to has emailed me asking about my illness and they want me to give them evidence. I was diagnosed with depression when I was 15 and I told my psychiatrist and GP that I suffer with panic attacks and told them about my anxiety. I don't really know if they diagnosed me with an anxiety or so will I still be able to put it on the application ? And if I was diagnosed with depression nearly 3 years ago will I still be able to tell them about that? Also what kind of support do universities offer to students that suffer with illnesses like this?
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    The support you get given, depends what you really need. For example, some students (you have to apply for DSA) with depression may get exam arrangements.
 
 
 
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