EconomicsStud3nt
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Hi.

I have done two years at university. I have also previously done two years which were waived due to illness.

This year I did have an illness, in terms of suicidal ideation and psychotic symptoms.

If I am asked to resit a year.

Will student finance England consider my situation extenuating and provide funding for an extra year?

Currently they would have funded three years. Minus the gift year and waived a year and half due to illness.

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To clarify:

You did two years previous
You claimed CPR for the finance

You’ve started a new course
You’re in year two now and might have to resit?

Is that accurate?
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
To clarify:

You did two years previous
You claimed CPR for the finance

You’ve started a new course
You’re in year two now and might have to resit?

Is that accurate?
Yeah. CPR for one and then gift year for another year.
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Yeah. CPR for one and then gift year for another year.
Then they won’t fund a second gift year unless you apply of CPR for your previous gift year or the year that you have to re-sit.
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Then they won’t fund a second gift year unless you apply of CPR for your previous gift year or the year that you have to re-sit.
Okay, that is fine for me because there is consultations and medical history to justify a CPR.

Thank you for your help.
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