Charge for doctors note for DSA

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Lornquinn
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Hi all,

I’m applying for DSA at Kingston university, and I needed a doctors note to provide as evidence of my condition. I was charged £20 for this, is there any way to get this reimbursed?

Many thanks!
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I don't think this is possible, sadly! Never heard of this happening :no:
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No. It is entirely the student's responsibility to provide medical documentation in support of their application for DSAs. Not what you want to hear, sorry.
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(Original post by Lornquinn)
Hi all,

I’m applying for DSA at Kingston university, and I needed a doctors note to provide as evidence of my condition. I was charged £20 for this, is there any way to get this reimbursed?

Many thanks!
I am trying to get the same thing done but i dont know who to go to as my doctors know nothing of my disability or anything
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I am trying to get the same thing done but i dont know who to go to as my doctors know nothing of my disability or anything
How was your disability diagnosed?

If you have a SpLD, you will need a copy of your post-age 16 psychologist's report.
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I never had one done but had the extra time in exmas etc. I don’t think am dyslexic but I know I have a moderate learning disability.

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How was your disability diagnosed?

If you have a SpLD, you will need a copy of your post-age 16 psychologist's report.
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