Anxious about re-sitting my 2nd year.Watch
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I think it makes complete sense to be anxious about the situation. I really struggled with the idea of being a year behind my peers but what helped me come around to it was (1) it wasn’t really possible for me to not take a year out and (2) the medics will be in the educational system just as long if not longer than me. Also, stuff happens. Graduating at 23 isn’t massively abnormal by any means, I also have plenty of non-med friends who will graduate at that age or later for many reasons, from poor physical health to going to a Scottish uni. And there will be mature students etc
Hello so im currently re-sitting my 2nd year as i narrowly failed (3 points off one module to pass) and so far having no issues, going to pass this year, move on ETC. However what bugs me is my friends graduating this year where i have to stay another year. I will be 23 when i graduate when i should of graduated at 21 (i did 1 year then switched courses) anybody else in this situation? Feeling sad about graduating so late?