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    so, i haven’t turned up to maths for 4 weeks. however, the first 3 weeks my reasoning for not turning up was it didn’t appear on my timetbale so i had no idea i was supposed to be taking it. then last week it suddenly appeared but i knew i ‘should’ve’ been there for the last few weeks. I have bad anxiety, and i’m worried this will stop me going to maths, i get panic attacks and very shaky when anxious but if i dont ill get kicked off my course, what do i do?
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    (Original post by empettafor)
    so, i haven’t turned up to maths for 4 weeks. however, the first 3 weeks my reasoning for not turning up was it didn’t appear on my timetbale so i had no idea i was supposed to be taking it. then last week it suddenly appeared but i knew i ‘should’ve’ been there for the last few weeks. I have bad anxiety, and i’m worried this will stop me going to maths, i get panic attacks and very shaky when anxious but if i dont ill get kicked off my course, what do i do?
    Why didn't you enquire earlier?

    You should've told the school maths wasn't on your timetable despite you choosing it. Saying that it wasn't on the timetable isn't a good enough excuse.

    If I was in your position I'd apologise and offer to catch up on work in your own time. 3 weeks is a lot of work to catch up on
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    I would recommend phoning up your coach. (If you have one.) Go and talk to the principal or head of maths about this issue. Maybe go to your GP and get yourself diagnosed so you have proof of the anxiety.

    If I have anxiety like that I would still try to attend, as I feel that the anxiety would get worse if you didn't go.

    Hopefully, someone who has had this experience comments and helps you. This is my advice but you don't have to take it if you don't want to.
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    Why didn't you enquire earlier?

    You should've told the school maths wasn't on your timetable despite you choosing it. Saying that it wasn't on the timetable isn't a good enough excuse.

    If I was in your position I'd apologise and offer to catch up on work in your own time. 3 weeks is a lot of work to catch up on
    i didnt choose to take maths, hence why i didnt know i needed to be there. i chose business not maths.
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    (Original post by empettafor)
    i didnt choose to take maths, hence why i didnt know i needed to be there. i chose business not maths.
    Why do you need to do maths if you haven't chosen it?
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    (Original post by empettafor)
    so, i haven’t turned up to maths for 4 weeks. however, the first 3 weeks my reasoning for not turning up was it didn’t appear on my timetbale so i had no idea i was supposed to be taking it. then last week it suddenly appeared but i knew i ‘should’ve’ been there for the last few weeks. I have bad anxiety, and i’m worried this will stop me going to maths, i get panic attacks and very shaky when anxious but if i dont ill get kicked off my course, what do i do?
    This is A level or GCSE?

    If its the latter then why do you think you werent doing Maths?

    If its the former, then its going to be a hard sell to make them realise you didnt know you were studying ne of 3 or 4 A levels and you didnt think t ask.

    Maybe your GP and your mum can rescue you?
 
 
 
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