After a series of severe health issues, I took gap year between 2013 until now for recovery. Upon recovery this year, I decided to stop with my course at my uni and apply for a new course, because I think actuarial science is better fit for me. I started my undergraduate course in 2010 at a respectable university in London, and did not do particularly well, especially in year two when my health issues started to get severe, even thou I passed the exams successfully.
After a several emails exchange, Heriot-Watt asked for scanned copy of my A-Level certificates and record of results when I was in Uni.
I would like to know how much attention do they usually pay regarding my results I had for my first two years of my studies. I am worried my "not so good" results in Uni will make a big impact on decision, even thou they have commented that I have excellent A-Level results.
I am very determined to study there and I will definitely make the most out of what the course will offer. I have already started reading notes about CT1 and finanical maths to just reivse what I had done before. I really hope they will offer me a place.
...with these A Level results?