Hello People, I have posted on here a few times. My back story, decided wanted to be a doctor, worked as a HCA/phleb for the past 5 years. Husband was in armed forces so only got settled last year when he left. Completed my Maths GCSE and Anatomy and physiology. Got on the Access to Medicine programme at Stafford( finish in two weeks). Secured all my credits at distinction level( two exams to go). Watched six of my cohort interview and secure places to study medicine(there are 10 of us.) me, no interviews, 4 rejections, nothing, devastated would be an understatement. I put my heart and soul into this. I realise its a long shot and extremely competititve. So am stuggling to find the energy and enthusiasm to try again, its what every one tells you to do but i just dont know if I can go through all of that again, it was emotionally exhausting. So the actual question is this, I have secured a place to study public health, I know would enjoy this but dont want to look back in 10 years and think what if, why didnt I try one more time. When do you realise that you have reached the point of letting go, I am so unsure what to do. Oh did I mention I am 38, which I have been told is not too late, another long shot but not too late.