AnnaDaria
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hi can someone please explain to me how this works. I know one university wants you to send an email along with your ucas application. But if I mention anything with mental health will they request or need proof from a doctor??
I am waiting to be referred for therapy but I have no diagnosis so can I still do this?
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hi can someone please explain to me how this works. I know one university wants you to send an email along with your ucas application. But if I mention anything with mental health will they request or need proof from a doctor??
I am waiting to be referred for therapy but I have no diagnosis so can I still do this?
A letter from your GP would be enough. Not clear what you are claiming?
MH affected exams taken or exams yet to be taken?
Also depends how and to what extent.
Just a claim by you about MH issues with no supporting evidence wont go far.
Your first part is special consideration for exams if they affect you.

You can also talk to the unis mh team or equalities officer.
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