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    So, it turns out that absolutely none of my student finance has been paid yet. The payments are still "progressing" on the Student Finance website. This could potentially be quite good...right? Does anybody know that if I was to cancel my application and leave uni then Student Finance would simply be able to cancel the payments? Thus I wouldnt owe them anything and won't have used up the extra year? Or is this just wishful thinking?!

    Of course, I'd owe my current university a certain amount - but I'd prefer to be able to pay them than use up Student Finance if thats possible.
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    (Original post by mss1234)
    So, it turns out that absolutely none of my student finance has been paid yet. The payments are still "progressing" on the Student Finance website. This could potentially be quite good...right? Does anybody know that if I was to cancel my application and leave uni then Student Finance would simply be able to cancel the payments? Thus I wouldnt owe them anything and won't have used up the extra year? Or is this just wishful thinking?!

    Of course, I'd owe my current university a certain amount - but I'd prefer to be able to pay them than use up Student Finance if thats possible.
    Surely you would know if you've had sf or not. They pay it in the 3rd or 4th week of sept i think?

    Don't you remember if you had this through?
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    Its a free country do what you like
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    Its a free country do what you like
    s/he still has to pay back money they owe...
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    (Original post by WrenLazarus)
    Northern England.


    You can choose a major, and then a minor. For example: You can do English and History. English being the Major, whilst History is the minor. It's called a double honors degree / joint honors.
    You should have just called it a joint honours then.
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    You should have just called it a joint honours then.

    They mean the same thing..
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    (Original post by WrenLazarus)
    They mean the same thing..
    It wasn't obvious that you were talking about a joint honours. Majors are primarily used in reference to American college courses. No one would have known you were talking about joint honours.
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    Dude- why are you so irate? There was another person who understood what I was talking about..

    Double honours (Joint Honours), are described as a course, of which entails a Major and a Minor.

    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    It wasn't obvious that you were talking about a joint honours. Majors are primarily used in reference to American college courses. No one would have known you were talking about joint honours.
 
 
 
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