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Hi, I'm a second-year international student and I failed the second year because of some reasons that were out of my control. The university just gave me a certificate of higher education and then sent me an e-mail saying I'm withdrawn from the university and should leave the UK, etc.
I sent an appeal with the proof that I have ADHD and Depression. However, the university still rejected my appeal. I can submit a final review form but I don't think they will be understanding. I really don't know what I am gonna do. Can you guys give me an advice please? Thanks.
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talk to your tutor ASAP and ask them for help
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(Original post by Skrtos)
Hi, I'm a second-year international student and I failed the second year because of some reasons that were out of my control. The university just gave me a certificate of higher education and then sent me an e-mail saying I'm withdrawn from the university and should leave the UK, etc.
I sent an appeal with the proof that I have ADHD and Depression. However, the university still rejected my appeal. I can submit a final review form but I don't think they will be understanding. I really don't know what I am gonna do. Can you guys give me an advice please? Thanks.
Contact your student union. They’ll be familiar with the process for making an appeal.
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(Original post by Skrtos)
Hi, I'm a second-year international student and I failed the second year because of some reasons that were out of my control. The university just gave me a certificate of higher education and then sent me an e-mail saying I'm withdrawn from the university and should leave the UK, etc.
I sent an appeal with the proof that I have ADHD and Depression. However, the university still rejected my appeal. I can submit a final review form but I don't think they will be understanding. I really don't know what I am gonna do. Can you guys give me an advice please? Thanks.
Does your uni have a wellbeing or disability team? Give it a quick Google, hopefully they do and the advisors could help you navigate the process. The SU is also a good shout from Admit-One because they are there to provide impartial advice. However, from experience, those best placed to help you are the advisors on disability / wellbeing support.

Good luck and I hope you get a chance to retake your exams / assignments.

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I think most universities only accept extenuating circumstances (which includes disabilities) a certain amount of time before exams are taken, not after.
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Contact your student union. They’ll be familiar with the process for making an appeal.
Thank you for your reply. I had a call with my student union just now. They said I can ask for Final Review and talk to my faculty. I will fill the Final Review form but I don't think there is any hope because they weren't understanding about my appeal which I have stated that I have medical conditions.
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talk to your tutor ASAP and ask them for help
I sent an e-mail to him but I got an automatic reply that says he is on annual leave and won't be able to catch up with the e-mail...
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I think most universities only accept extenuating circumstances (which includes disabilities) a certain amount of time before exams are taken, not after.
I thought that too but, When I was growing up because the symptoms were disappearing my family decided to make me stop taking the medicines. However, when I get my results, I went to a psychiatrist to check if there is something wrong with me that affects me academically and turns out that when I started to grow up, my ADHD became predominantly inattentive rather than hyperactive-impulsive.
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I thought that too but, When I was growing up because the symptoms were disappearing my family decided to make me stop taking the medicines. However, when I get my results, I went to a psychiatrist to check if there is something wrong with me that affects me academically and turns out that when I started to grow up, my ADHD became predominantly inattentive rather than hyperactive-impulsive.
I appreciate that may be the case but I think unis are still quite strict on that and will refuse to consider extenuating circumstances if they’re not submitted by a certain deadline. Also, normally people aren’t kicked out after failing once, can you not retake the module(s) you failed?
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I appreciate that may be the case but I think unis are still quite strict on that and will refuse to consider extenuating circumstances if they’re not submitted by a certain deadline. Also, normally people aren’t kicked out after failing once, can you not retake the module(s) you failed?
Unfortunately I can't, because I failed the year..
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