Originally Posted by comik
May I ask you a question sir, why would school reject reinstatement request? Can you tell me more details because I am writting aa reinstatement letter too.
They reject if you have not given them a good enough reason as to why you should be reinstated, and why you could succeed despite having failed out previously.
For example, partying a lot and just generally slacking off is not typically grounds for reinstatement. Also, if you can't point to the reason(s) why you did badly, that also won't help you much with reinstatement - if you don't know what went wrong, how can you fix it or prevent it from happening again?
Even if you had a health condition or something, that's a legit reason for doing poorly, but they also want to know that it's under control so that it doesn't cause you to fail out again.
I think someone on MI said previously that reinstatement isn't about giving a second chance, it's about being fair to people who never really even had a first chance.