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    So. I have another question, or more a plea for any advice at all.

    I got into my insurance choice this year, although, I do not wish to go to it, and I plan to take a year out and reapply to a different course.

    However, doing so would make me eligible for top-up fees, which I would rather avoid. Yet, I need to take this year out, I cannot simply go into clearing and hope to find a course for this year, as I can't go this year.

    So, basically, wtf can I do, if anything, to avoid these nasty little fees? I was considering going to my insurance for like a week, and 'deciding' that I didn't like it, and leaving, then changing to a different course next year, is that even possible? :confused: :confused:

    I really have no idea at all what to do. I might just have to bite the bullet and pay the fees.
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    I think you're going to have to bite the bullet as you put it.
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    Yeah I wasn't really expecting any other options. Awell, at least I'm taking this year out and maybe I can get a bit of money towards it? Haha. Hiioo


    Thanks btw
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    No problemo
    Working for them is a good idea!
    And remember you don't pay them off until you're earning
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    Whoa, do I not pay till I'm earning? How does that work? Would someone please fill me in as my mum is rather anxious to know..thanks
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    As far as I understand it, you don't pay back top up fees until you are earning over £15k a year, and you don't pay them back in one go (iirc).
 
 
 
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