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    (Original post by Reformed2010)
    Another character from Waterloo Road is going to reveal his gay. First they had a lesbian teacher and student. I swear every tv programme I enjoy watching is bringing in these damn gay characters!

    I'M THE ONLY GAY IN THE VILLAGE!

    Not any more, not any more...

    Bring back section 28? I kid, I kid!
    you're not even the only gay studying politics at nottingham

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    gosh I have an internet friend from the US who im taking round london tomorrow :| I hope its not awkward...ive never met internet peoples..

    EDIT: friend in every sense of the word. A relationship on two different continents is loopy.
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    (Original post by Suis Je Bovvered ?)
    At least someone i recognise! TSR's resident perv
    :hmmm:

    I'm not a perv! I'm just observational :p:
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    (Original post by Crisps)
    :hmmm:

    I'm not a perv! I'm just observational :p:
    How are you my deary? Not spoke to you for ages!

    :hugs:

    xXx
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    (Original post by Suis Je Bovvered ?)
    How are you my deary? Not spoke to you for ages!

    :hugs:

    xXx
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    Not too bad ta

    And how are you?
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    Gays, I might be going to Newcastle in December. Ugh. Though we'll probably visit Edinburgh, so we might get to witness -some- culture :p:
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    (Original post by Crisps)
    :hmmm:

    I'm not a perv! I'm just observational :p:
    you're the biggest perv I know
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    And in other news:

    Holy crap :eek: Apparently, not only am I getting £1300 more in student loan/grant next year, but I will also be eligible for approx. £1600 bursary.

    :eek: I really hope my father doesn't get a job. Really really hope. This money thing's addictive.
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    (Original post by Gesar)
    And in other news:

    Holy crap :eek: Apparently, not only am I getting £1300 more in student loan/grant next year, but I will also be eligible for approx. £1600 bursary.

    :eek: I really hope my father doesn't get a job. Really really hope. This money thing's addictive.
    Nice!

    My mum has just been let down from her job (damn economy). And she's the only one I live with. I'm applying to uni this year...What does that mean in terms of my finance, etc? She wants to get another job but not for a couple months, whilst she has some time off.
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    Nice!

    My mum has just been let down from her job (damn economy). And she's the only one I live with. I'm applying to uni this year...What does that mean in terms of my finance, etc? She wants to get another job but not for a couple months, whilst she has some time off.
    I'm not sure how it works, my Dad insisted on filling in the forms himself and flat refused to tell me what year's earnings the assessment is based on. Dunno why. But if this happened after you applied it's definitely worth getting a change of circumstances form and sending it off, just in case. Your loan'll probably go up.

    (You'll obviously have to inform them when and if your Mum goes back to work, but you'll still get something extra in the mean time)

    EDIT: That's if you're going to uni this October, rather than if you just entered year 13 as you may have meant.
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    (Original post by Gesar)
    I'm not sure how it works, my Dad insisted on filling in the forms himself and flat refused to tell me what year's earnings the assessment is based on. Dunno why. But if this happened after you applied it's definitely worth getting a change of circumstances form and sending it off, just in case. Your loan'll probably go up.

    (You'll obviously have to inform them when and if your Mum goes back to work, but you'll still get something extra in the mean time)

    EDIT: That's if you're going to uni this October, rather than if you just entered year 13 as you may have meant.
    Sorry, maybe I didn't word it well. I've just gone into year13 and was wondering when I have to start sorting out loans and such. Isn't it after my application is sent off and I hold offers?
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    :hugs: Take a break, it'll come to you.
    I kinda feel like this at the moment with mine. Only about half way there. How many lines/characters is it meant to be, max?
    47 Lines on the UCAS form or 4000 characters. The line restriction is more important. Paste it onto the UCAS form and see how it currently looks.

    Speaking of history, I'm reading about the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. It'll definitely give me some inspiration. :yep:
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    Sorry, maybe I didn't word it well. I've just gone into year13 and was wondering when I have to start sorting out loans and such. Isn't it after my application is sent off and I hold offers?
    You register with Student Finance England online after you've sent off the UCAS application. Once you've got offers, you add your university and course online, even if it's a conditional offer.
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    Want you to make me feel like I'm the only boy in the world.
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    (Original post by KiraMayz)
    You register with Student Finance England online after you've sent off the UCAS application. Once you've got offers, you add your university and course online, even if it's a conditional offer.
    Thank you, lovely. Very helpful.

    As for the UCAS thingy, I'm not using word so I guess I have to keep counting lines....Fun times! How is your statement doing now?
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    (Original post by veggie4life)
    you're not even the only gay studying politics at nottingham

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    gosh I have an internet friend from the US who im taking round london tomorrow :| I hope its not awkward...ive never met internet peoples..

    EDIT: friend in every sense of the word. A relationship on two different continents is loopy.
    Now that you know your dog likes you, don't do anything considered subnormal :rofl:

    How did you make your signature, I want one with Derby hall written in the Nottingham font style too. What font style is it?

    (Original post by Jinxy)
    Sorry, maybe I didn't word it well. I've just gone into year13 and was wondering when I have to start sorting out loans and such. Isn't it after my application is sent off and I hold offers?
    It might be a good option to start your personal statement within two weeks. Get the ball rolling with thoughts and ideas. I finished a very rough draft by the end of September. I had a few friends who were applying to Oxbridge and began their process earlier, so I got dragged along. People tend to apply for student finance after they receive a some offers.
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    (Original post by Gesar)
    And in other news:

    Holy crap :eek: Apparently, not only am I getting £1300 more in student loan/grant next year, but I will also be eligible for approx. £1600 bursary.

    :eek: I really hope my father doesn't get a job. Really really hope. This money thing's addictive.
    We'll convert you to capitalism yet! :p:
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    (Original post by Reformed2010)
    Now that you know your dog likes you, don't do anything considered subnormal :rofl:

    How did you make your signature, I want one with Derby hall written in the Nottingham font style too. What font style is it?

    It might be a good option to start your personal statement within two weeks. Get the ball rolling with thoughts and ideas. I finished a very rough draft by the end of September. I had a few friends who were applying to Oxbridge and began their process earlier, so I got dragged along. People tend to apply for student finance after they receive a some offers.
    Haha I'll be sure not to

    Ok I searched and downloaded it like a complete and utter sado :o:
    Foundry Form it's called haha - go wild
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    (Original post by Jinxy)
    Sorry, maybe I didn't word it well. I've just gone into year13 and was wondering when I have to start sorting out loans and such. Isn't it after my application is sent off and I hold offers?
    Yeah, it's only then that you need to bother with it. I had to use my UCAS login to get mine sorted, so you definitely can't do it yet.

    (Original post by Revd. Mike)
    We'll convert you to capitalism yet! :p:
    Nah. I'm a genial socialist. I think socialism is good, but I also think loopholes should be exploited to their fullest extent. Read: £1800 free money from the government in grant and £1600 free money from my university when I could tecnnically pay for myself next year. (Though that -would- leave me penniless).
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    GAHH ! My americans want to go to a pub near their hotel in queensway. I don't know Queensway!!! Anyone got any suggestions ????
 
 
 
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