I don't know why I am always worried

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I am a PGR on a 2-year program, I am always worried about losing my hall place for no due reasons, worried about not being granted the right to resit an exam that I missed last month due to illness despite having followed all procedures, worried about the school being conspired against me to find excuses to boot me out of here. I am extremely worried about the school not granting me the right to resit, eventually causing me to fail to complete program requirements & leave me with no options but to...Yep, you know what I mean.
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Anyone out there?
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I am a PGR on a 2-year program, I am always worried about losing my hall place for no due reasons, worried about not being granted the right to resit an exam that I missed last month due to illness despite having followed all procedures, worried about the school being conspired against me to find excuses to boot me out of here. I am extremely worried about the school not granting me the right to resit, eventually causing me to fail to complete program requirements & leave me with no options but to...Yep, you know what I mean.
Why are you worried if you informed the right people?
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Why are you worried if you informed the right people?
I don't know why I am worried
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I don't know why I am worried
It sounds like you need a bit of reassurance, can you speak to you tutor or student support?
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It sounds like you need a bit of reassurance, can you speak to you tutor or student support?
I don't know what kind of worry it is , so is the bit of reassurance
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I don't know what kind of worry it is , so is the bit of reassurance
It would be wrong for me to reassure you because, frankly, I don't know you and your academic and personal circumstances, this is where someone like your tutors or student support comes in. Speak to them if you are worried if you have done everything you need to do hopefully it will be a simple 'you'll be fine' if its something more then ask for help

I know this isn't probably what you were looking for but anyone who gives you advice on here without knowing the aforementioned details will be giving you potentially incorrect advice.
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It would be wrong for me to reassure you because, frankly, I don't know you and your academic and personal circumstances, this is where someone like your tutors or student support comes in. Speak to them if you are worried if you have done everything you need to do hopefully it will be a simple 'you'll be fine' if its something more then ask for help

I know this isn't probably what you were looking for but anyone who gives you advice on here without knowing the aforementioned details will be giving you potentially incorrect advice.
If that can't be resolved, I'd rather bid farewell to everyone of you
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