Help with mitigating circumstances Watch

Anonymous #1
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Recently in Uni I have been dealing with anxiety. During one my exams I had a massive panic attack and vomited earlier in the morning of the exam.

Due to my anxiety and stress in the moment contacting Uni about it did not cross my mind. In the end I failed the exam but it was really close. I submitted a mitigating circumstances form and submitted evidence detailing how anxiety has lead me to having panic attacks from my doctor to the uni.

However my adviser asked if i could get my doctor to confirm specifically that I find it hard to manage situations caused by my anxiety, and that this difficulty is cause by my anxiety.

This has confused me isn't anxiety supposed to be like this and isn't this self explanatory. Furthermore how would my doctor confirm it and what further evidence could he provide?

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