Hi everyone, this is my first time on this website and I really need help. Anyway, there is someone who is very close to me, who only achieved a third in second year of university and is about to go into her final year and she's having a crisis and I'm honestly really worried about her. She does physics at quite a high up university. She had to do her 2nd year twice for mental health reasons, she went through one of the worst experiences a girl can go through at 12 years old and she's developed PTSD, has Schizophrenia and depression and has honestly been through hell. I digress, she only managed to achieve a third in her second year and she's properly worried of graduating with a third class degree or a 2:2 and how that will affect her search for a job. Let's say that hypothetically, she does get a third or a 2:2, what then? She does physics and actually really wants to go into physics for a profession. I know that literally every grad scheme won't even consider any application below a 2:1, what are her options then? What do I tell her? The thing is though, she is really clever and works bloody hard and I know she understands the material just fine, the thing is she doesn't test well, she's one of those people that is very clever but cannot do exams. What is the alternative if she doesn't manage to get where she needs to be? I know she won't exactly get her dream job straight out of university but it's very rough and maybe a little unfair that her life is going to get more difficult because of the way she learns. Honestly, what do I say to her? I really care about her and want her to succeed and we're both worried that she's going to have a really tough time in life after uni getting work and following what she wants to do? Any advice, I would be eternally grateful for, thanks!