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i had to drop out after my as exams due to mental health making thw work 10x harder than it actually is. I left education altogether at 17 because i knew btec was going to be hard too with mental health issues and it will still affect my work and it was classed as extenuating circumstances. I did not imagine that mental health deteriorating in March (very late in the year) would actually cause me to drop out and leave me with no choice but to drop out, otherwise i wasnt planning to leave as i did well. I thought it would cause me to fail everything but it didnt, however given the workload i think mental health may damage A2 so i left on a high at as. Now i regret dropping out. Has anyone been in a similar situation?
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i had to drop out due to mental health making thw work 10x harder than it actually is. I left education altogether at 17 because i knew btec was going to be hard too with mental health issues and it will still affect my work and it was classed as extenuating circumstances. I did not imagine that mental health deteriorating in March (very late in the year) would actually cause me to drop out and leave me with no choice but to drop out, otherwise i wasnt planning to leave as i did well. I thought it would cause me to fail everything but it didnt, however given the workload i think mental health may damage A2 so i left on a high at as. Now i regret dropping out. Has anyone been in a similar situation?
It's not too late to decide to continue to do a levels or to do another qualification, perhaps you could look at studying from home, maybe part time to start with.
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