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Princess_Pms
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:confused: Ok, so i didnt bank on getting into uni, and now, because of my pessamism I have no funds, and I mean nothing, absolutely one hundred persent broke, i cant stress that enough! my parents can't support me, wouldnt want them to anyway.

any ideas how to make some money, fast?
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because im fresh out of ideas....HELP!
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If you wait till 2006 you will only have to pay for university when you have enough money to.
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Get a job, or a loam, or both. If your parents don't want to support you, see if they'd mind lending you money just until you get settled and find a job to pay them back.
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if you get a student loan and a job, you should be to scrape through. i dont think my parents are helping me much, they might be able to get the 1125 for my fees (or whatveer it is) but then i'll be paying for evrything else. or am i just being naive?
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(Original post by deary_ma_leary)
if you get a student loan and a job, you should be to scrape through. i dont think my parents are helping me much, they might be able to get the 1125 for my fees (or whatveer it is) but then i'll be paying for evrything else. or am i just being naive?
Studying is for your own future. Plan it carefully I would say.

I am not sure about UK but it's pretty hard to find a job in my country if you don't have a degree. Almost everybody has a degree sad to say...
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Serena
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If Ur Smart U Can Get A Scholarship Or Start Gambelling Fast
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get a job in the summer even a customer service one and you can pay your own tuition. and then get a part time job while studying to curtail daily expenses. additionally try all you can to get a grant or scholarship ...each school offers varied scholarships.

you could try the british council website and there are links there to independent sponsors...

you should count yourself lucky as you dont have to pay international fees llike me
you should also find out if you can pay your fee in installments...

be prepared to budget effectively...
as it is very easy to over spend esp if you are living on campus.

all the best!!
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