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Thank you for waiting. You have taken the right pathway by going to the office of Independent adjudicators and I would hope that they will launch an investigation. There is not really much I can do to help you force this issue with the school but I sincerely do hope that it goes your way and you should to drop this until you get what you are looking for as it sounds as though have been treated at a detriment. What I can do is provide some advice about other aspects you have touched on here. Firstly, the fact that you are being treated differently from other students. If you feel that you are being treated different due to a protected characteristic such as race, age, sex, sexuality, religion, gender etc. Then it is very possible that you could have a case for discrimination however, this is something you would have to visit separately but it may have something to do with the reasons the decisions are being made by the school. Secondly, you stated that you were in an accident and you touched on the costs. If you have been involved an accident and you have lost money as a result then you can claim for costs if the accident was not your fault. For example, if the course is £10,000.00 per year and you lose this money due to being in an accident then you can make a claim for the sums lost against and insurance company (depending on the situation). If you feel that either of the above apply then you may wish to instruct a solicitor however, other than until you get to point that you have exhausted issues with the school you may not be able to move forward. However gather as much evidence as possible from the accident etc and from home and provide these to the OIA.
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