Looking at you previous posts, it appears that you have been recently diagnosed and have been prescribed 100mcg Levo for the last 8 weeks or so, is this correct?
GP's normally prescribe from a starting dose of 50 mcg and check your bloods every six weeks or so, increasing the dose by 25mcg until you receive an optimal dose. Your bloods should then be checked every six months until you have consistent results, then once a year.
If you were put straight on to 100mcg, maybe your initial result showed you were so low that your doctor felt it necessary, but it will take some time for your body to adjust.
It took 18 months for me to get to a dosage that made me feel (almost) normal and that was when my TSH was below 1.0 (my dose for the last 15 years is 275mcg).
Your TSH was 1.3 in October and whilst your T4 and T3 were 'in range', the T3 was at the low end of the range, which is probably why you still feel unwell.
Taking into account you previous posts about dieting, the diet you describe is not good enough to sustain you. Try eating protein (such as a boiled or poached egg) with a slice of wholemeal toast for breakfast, include some protein in your lunch and you will feel more energised throughout the day, and least likely to binge in the evening.
Ensuring that you have a good balanced diet, together with vitamin and mineral supplements (after the blood tests suggested by Jackie) will help you to convert T4 to T3.
If you are living away from home whilst at Uni, it's hard to ensure you eating healthily but it's worth the effort because it will ensure you future health.
At your next appt, explain to the GP how ill you still feel and see if he/she will consider increasing you levo to 125 mcg. Improving your thyroid symptoms will probably help improve your depression. It is very unlikely that you will be considered for T3 therapy so soon after diagnosis, but it is something to consider asking for further on down the line.
Best wishes, Maggie