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    i have been told i need to send evidence to student finance from my parents but i dont know which form to send?

    Download financial assessment form 2011/12 - for a new or returning student you are supporting (PFF2)
    assessment form 2010/11 - for a first time student you are supporting (PFF1)
    i am due to start uni in september this year for the first time.
    so do i get my dad to do the pff1 form as i am a first time student, or the pff2 form as i am a new student?
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    You need to download the PFF2 for 2011/12, ignore the PFF1 as this is the old form.

    Print of copies for bother parents, or just 1 parent, whatever applies to you.

    Hope this helps
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    (Original post by daryl)
    You need to download the PFF2 for 2011/12, ignore the PFF1 as this is the old form.

    Print of copies for bother parents, or just 1 parent, whatever applies to you.

    Hope this helps
    so how comes the pff1 form is on there?
    and cos my dad has filled out the pff1, will they not accept it/ send it back?
    thank you for your help!!!!
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    it's an old PFF1 the date isn't for 2011-12.

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