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Hi!! I had an interview and was feeling dizzy and sick during the interview? Should I email the uni about it?
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Hi, really sorry to hear about those circumstances they sound really tough.

I believe the university will only accept extenuating circumstances for serious health or personal problems that has disrupted education, I’m not sure interviews count. You can try and email them if that’s something you want to do.

I do think you might be overthinking a bit! Interviews are very stressful, but the wait is the worst part. I hope you get good news, and good luck!
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I would recommend emailing them
I'm not sure if they will do anything, but you never know. Good luck!
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I emailed but they didn't reply
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I would recommend emailing them
I'm not sure if they will do anything, but you never know. Good luck!
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I emailed but they didn't reply
I'm sorry to hear that. They may have read it, even if they haven't responded, but either way I would try not to worry at the moment - you have done what you can for now. Do you know when you hear back? Best of luck
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Mitigating circs are not for instances such as this, which are by their nature stressful.
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Mitigating circs are not for instances such as this, which are by their nature stressful.
You mean this doesn’t classify as extenuating circumstances?
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You mean this doesn’t classify as extenuating circumstances?
On the face of things, no.
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but it was something not in control
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On the face of things, no.
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but it was something not in control
You don't get mitigation for every tiny little thing. I know that sounds harsh but it is true. nausea and dizziness are both typical symptoms of nerves, and it is normal to be nervous at an interview.
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