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    Thinking of dropping out of the rest of my exams due to personal circumstances and mental health issues. I have university offers but will probably have to reapply, do you think I will get offers still? I know I will fail anyway if I keep going so feel as though this is the best solution. I know I will have to pay to redo my exams which I am fine with.
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    Mental health comes before education. Drop out if it will benefit your health. Sounds like there is no point in you sitting the rest of them anyway if you know you have failed. Good luck in recovery!
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    (Original post by 410141)
    Thinking of dropping out of the rest of my exams due to personal circumstances and mental health issues. I have university offers but will probably have to reapply, do you think I will get offers still? I know I will fail anyway if I keep going so feel as though this is the best solution. I know I will have to pay to redo my exams which I am fine with.
    your health is more important, it's possible to get offers still with resits.
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    (Original post by JAMAL 69)
    Mental health comes before education. Drop out if it will benefit your health. Sounds like there is no point in you sitting the rest of them anyway if you know you have failed. Good luck in recovery!
    Thank you so much, you're right and its now just about making it happen!
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    Thank you so much, you're right and its now just about making it happen!
    Are you sure? Mental Health is important, but you've worked so hard this year. I think you will regret it, when everyone else has results and may be at university, you will be retaking A level exams. I will leave the decison upto you. I understand you may have severe issues, but if you keep ploughing through, you might suprise yourself and you might make your offers. Regret is an awful emotion, so make sure you're not a victim of it.
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    (Original post by funky2722)
    Are you sure? Mental Health is important, but you've worked so hard this year. I think you will regret it, when everyone else has results and may be at university, you will be retaking A level exams. I will leave the decison upto you. I understand you may have severe issues, but if you keep ploughing through, you might suprise yourself and you might make your offers. Regret is an awful emotion, so make sure you're not a victim of it.
    My offer is A*AA so I would really have to be preforming at my best to achieve that. I was thinking of a gap year anyway so may take this time out to just get over some things from my past. I am already regretting how things have gone so far but feel like I just wont succeed. Thank you for the advice, its definitely a bold move.
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    My offer is A*AA so I would really have to be preforming at my best to achieve that. I was thinking of a gap year anyway so may take this time out to just get over some things from my past. I am already regretting how things have gone so far but feel like I just wont succeed. Thank you for the advice, its definitely a bold move.
    As long as you are happy with it, then go for it. Why not try without revision and see what you can get and go into clearance?
 
 
 
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