Retook 1st year, will I be able to retake 3rd year with access to student finance?

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I retook 1st year.

Due to mental health I have failed my final year (3rd year) and have to retake it - will I be able to do this using student finance or will I have to use my own money? I read online that with extenuating circumstances it might be possible, but i've already used up the gift year with my 1st year?

My doctor has stated also that he will be able to provide a doctors note aswell if needed.
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You would need to provide proof of compelling personal reasons leading to you repeating the year. If it’s accepted by SFE then you’ll be funded. If not then you’ll still get a maintenance loan but not a tuition fee loan.
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I retook 1st year.

Due to mental health I have failed my final year (3rd year) and have to retake it - will I be able to do this using student finance or will I have to use my own money? I read online that with extenuating circumstances it might be possible, but i've already used up the gift year with my 1st year?

My doctor has stated also that he will be able to provide a doctors note aswell if needed.
Good afternoon,

You can apply for this. We would require a cover letter to confirm why you were not able to complete your course (when this took place) and evidence such as a GP letter on headed paper that confirms this.

If you are retaking your final year the system may not allow you to apply online. In which case you would need to complete the returning student application via post.

Thanks, Jason
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