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Lizzle113

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Hi all,

I just have a question regarding the type of documentation I should submit to support my statement/access category under the SAM tab in OLSAS. Is the University looking for a letter from my GP? Or maybe some medical records with my diagnosis? I feel like medical records is a bit too much since this is an ongoing ailment since I can remember. 

Wondering what everyone's thoughts are.

Thanks for the help! Best of luck to everyone!

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