I left uni at the end of my second year reading law after I ballsed up a module. I hated the subject as soon as I began, persevered for the first year and got a 2:1 average, but then stopped trying. I got a lot out of uni though, and was a nominee as my hall's rep, helped start a new sports society etc. I also got lucky and have some bewilderingly good work experience for my age - I must have been the most underqualified team leader and project manager in the UK when I did those jobs, but they gave me heaps of responsibility and scope for leadership. I'd like to join the QRLs (or maybe the 9/12s, but everybody seems to hate their guts) as an officer - has my university debacle made that impossible, or could it be overlooked? I can see all sorts of commitment questions being levelled at me but I'm confident I was right in not taking a resit and carrying on, especially since as a Manx resident it was costing >Â£10,000 a year for the privilege. Does anybody know of any successful hopefuls who were in a similar situation when they joined up? Cheers.