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    Is it worth me spending two more years of my life, plus more debt, for an ordinary degree which I am not even guaranteed, and more likely to not achieve, or would you rather be homeless or be mentally, verbally, and emotionally abused at home.

    Those are my only options
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    Do you wanna elaborate a bit on this- what course, & why cant you achieve it?
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    (Original post by DoodleDee)
    Do you wanna elaborate a bit on this- what course, & why cant you achieve it?
    Accounting and Finance. First off, I did not want to do this but was forced to. I have different mental illnesses which severely impact my studies but I hide them from everyone except University support and my GP. I tried with the best of my ability and failed 1st year twice, well almost, on my resit year I barely scraped passes and failed 1 module which means I am no longer able to get a honours degree. There are also household problems which affect me. I knew I was never capable of this and wanted to go into an apprenticeship or low end accounting job, but I had no choice.
 
 
 
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