Restarting year12?

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So I’m currently in year 12. I was there from September then I stopped going in October because I was in hospital and really ill. At the moment I am still recovering and it’s now almost the end of January. My sixth form has offered me a chance to repeat year 12 next year but I’m really scared. I also have anxiety so I am extremely scared to go to the year below me where I don’t know any body in that year group. Honestly I’m shaking even thinking about it and my sixth form is aware of this. However I really want to go to uni in the future. Does anyone have any advice on what I should do?
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(Original post by Ells_Bells_)
So I’m currently in year 12. I was there from September then I stopped going in October because I was in hospital and really ill. At the moment I am still recovering and it’s now almost the end of January. My sixth form has offered me a chance to repeat year 12 next year but I’m really scared. I also have anxiety so I am extremely scared to go to the year below me where I don’t know any body in that year group. Honestly I’m shaking even thinking about it and my sixth form is aware of this. However I really want to go to uni in the future. Does anyone have any advice on what I should do?
Hey- firstly, I hope you're well and that your recovery is going well. Secondly, I understand how moving into a new year group is daunting, especially when all your friends will be moving on without you and it may feel upsetting. However, from what I've learnt from entering a new environment (I started a brand new sixth form not knowing anyone- I know it's not the same situation as yours) there will always be someone who will look after you. I know it will be difficult for you but I think you should look at it as one small setback on your way to university. There may be people who may judge you for being a year below however those people are ignorant and should be ignored. Keep your head held high because I know you can do this. May I ask what subjects you're taking and what course you want to take in uni?
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Hey- firstly, I hope you're well and that your recovery is going well. Secondly, I understand how moving into a new year group is daunting, especially when all your friends will be moving on without you and it may feel upsetting. However, from what I've learnt from entering a new environment (I started a brand new sixth form not knowing anyone- I know it's not the same situation as yours) there will always be someone who will look after you. I know it will be difficult for you but I think you should look at it as one small setback on your way to university. There may be people who may judge you for being a year below however those people are ignorant and should be ignored. Keep your head held high because I know you can do this. May I ask what subjects you're taking and what course you want to take in uni?
Hi thanks for your advice I’m currently taking psychology, sociology and film studies and in hbu I’m hoping to take educational psychology and counselling.
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