Cambridge students accused of 'gaming the system' by 'actively seeking mental ... trends now

Cambridge students accused of 'gaming the system' by 'actively seeking mental ... trends now
Cambridge students accused of 'gaming the system' by 'actively seeking mental ... trends now

Cambridge students accused of 'gaming the system' by 'actively seeking mental ... trends now

Dr Fiona Cornish, a GP in the city of the famous university, noticed the spike  Doctors provide template letters for students for alternative exam arrangements One in four GCSE and A-level entrants had extra time this summer 

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Cambridge University students have been accused of 'actively seeking' diagnoses for mental health conditions to get extra time in exams.

Dr Fiona Cornish, a GP in the city of the famous university, said she noticed a 'massive spike' in students wanting a letter to provide a diagnosis before exam term.

Doctors have been provided with template letters saying a student's medical condition 'has impaired their ability to prepare for or perform

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