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    At the time of writing, it's almost 1am the morning of my interview. From about 6pm I began to feel unwell, but put it down to a temporary thing and took no notice. As the night has progressed, I've now been sick and have a banging headache. With less than 12 hours before my interview, I'm at a loss for what to do. If need be I'm probably able to drag myself to the university, it's only about a 45 minute journey, but I'm not sure how happy they'd be if I throw up on their desk. I don't know the procedure for this and if universities will try to help in these circumstances, any advice?
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    (Original post by GentleGalaxy)
    At the time of writing, it's almost 1am the morning of my interview. From about 6pm I began to feel unwell, but put it down to a temporary thing and took no notice. As the night has progressed, I've now been sick and have a banging headache. With less than 12 hours before my interview, I'm at a loss for what to do. If need be I'm probably able to drag myself to the university, it's only about a 45 minute journey, but I'm not sure how happy they'd be if I throw up on their desk. I don't know the procedure for this and if universities will try to help in these circumstances, any advice?
    Ring them up and explain that you’re unwell and ask their advice.
 
 
 
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