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Call to Students: Apply Early for DSA
If you are dyslexic or have other specific learning difficulties you may be eligible for Disabled Students’ Allowances [DSA] to help you with extra study related costs. "Don't wait until you have a
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It takes, on average, over 10 weeks from applying for DSAs to receiving support. Applying for DSAs early means students can get their support in place before the start of term. 

Make sure you have a diagnostic assessment in place to support your application.

There are a range of tools and videos to help you with your application. See 'Students Applying for DSA' page on our website for some tips for disabled students.
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