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    Hi, I recently completed my architecture foundation course/degree which is basically year 0. In September/October time I'll be starting my first year of architecture but I wont be living with my parents any more. When I filled out my student finance application last year it didn't take household income into account and this left me with the basic loans.

    Since I'll be moving out this year I need my application to take into account household income so that I can get a bit more money like most of the people on my course.

    How do I change my application so that I can provide evidence of my parents income (which is less than £25k a year) will I need to complete a 2012/2013 application? also I don't want to be accidentally paying £9000 in tuition fees since I assume it should still be around £3000 for me this is what some people on my course say.

    So can anyone help me asap please, I can provide more info if need be.

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