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    Hello,
    I've been wondering this for a while and i think its about time i find the answer.
    Basically, I've firmed for Plymouth and have London South Bank as my insurance. Which one i go to all depends on the grades i get as Plymouth is harder to get into.
    Obviously, with a London uni, you get more finance than Plymouth.
    But if i dont know which uni im going to, what do i put on the application form? If i say im applying to Plymouth then i will get the set amount of finance for that region, but what if i get rejected for not getting the grades they want and have to go to London? I would get less money because ive said i was going to Plymouth.

    So, what do i do? Do i have to decide which one i put on the application form or can i put both choices?

    Sorry if this is a stupid question.

    Thanks.
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    If i am right, and don't quote me on this, you put down your firm on the form. Then if you don't make the grades you wanted and have to go to your insurance, you ring up student finance and they will advise you.
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    You put the one you're most likely to go to - which is your firm. You then change it later if you go to your insurance or through Clearing. You can change it online.

    Sent from my GT-S5363
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    Great, thanks guys
 
 
 
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