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I. Trying to.complete my master's course. I have already hady exams moved to mid.august via sac as a first attempt, which gives me just.over six weeks which would be.enough.time.if my head.was.in.the right place. But with depression I am really struggling right.now, and seeing as I've been like this for at least six months, I don't see anything changing the next few weeks.


got any advice how to get through the next six weeks. Or if I didn't could I postpone the masters , but would this incur extra costs ?

This idea frightens me however, because right now I don't think I'll ever be truly better,.and.ill probably just get more frustrated.at myself if I keep delaying it. However my mind is so.messed.up right now.
. I've never had sac before in my life, but life is pretty *****y right now.
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I. Trying to.complete my master's course. I have already hady exams moved to mid.august via sac as a first attempt, which gives me just.over six weeks which would be.enough.time.if my head.was.in.the right place. But with depression I am really struggling right.now, and seeing as I've been like this for at least six months, I don't see anything changing the next few weeks.


got any advice how to get through the next six weeks. Or if I didn't could I postpone the masters , but would this incur extra costs ?

This idea frightens me however, because right now I don't think I'll ever be truly better,.and.ill probably just get more frustrated.at myself if I keep delaying it. However my mind is so.messed.up right now.
. I've never had sac before in my life, but life is pretty *****y right now.
It does sound like you're in a bad place right now and I'm sorry about that. The first thing to do is get yourself some help and get better. The masters can come later as you won't achieve much in this state. Talk to your supervisor/tutor and the unis advice and counselling center. They will be able to guide you through the first steps and talk to you about finance and the like. You can then take it from there.
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It does sound like you're in a bad place right now and I'm sorry about that. The first thing to do is get yourself some help and get better. The masters can come later as you won't achieve much in this state. Talk to your supervisor/tutor and the unis advice and counselling center. They will be able to guide you through the first steps and talk to you about finance and the like. You can then take it from there.
the thought of suciide is never too far, everytime i think im having a good day something shows up, its too much you're right, im going to have to postpone

im worried ill never be better though by next year
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the thought of suciide is never too far, everytime i think im having a good day something shows up, its too much you're right, im going to have to postpone

im worried ill never be better though by next year
Don't put that pressure on yourself. You don't have to be well by next year. As I unserstand it, if you can demonstrate to Student Finance that ill-health caused you to drop out, you can get another Postgraduate Loan in the future under their Compelling Personal Reasons guidelines.
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