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    Hey! Just applied for my student finance for uni start 2014/15 first year. Am confused because on the application I had to choose the uni I am going to... But I'm not sure yet on which one I want to go to, between Exeter and Manchester.
    On the application I put that I'm going to Exeter but what if I end up not going? Does this mean I have to send separate finance applications for both my choices or?
    Confused!
    Cheers for reading!!
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    Any help guys?
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    Have you put that as your firm?
    Just when you have your confirmation of what uni you're attending, Simply call up student finance and give them the correct details. They can then recalculate (if needed) your entitlement and pay your loan and tuition fees etc depending on what you've applied for.

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    (Original post by deviant182)
    Have you put that as your firm?
    Just when you have your confirmation of what uni you're attending, Simply call up student finance and give them the correct details. They can then recalculate (if needed) your entitlement and pay your loan and tuition fees etc depending on what you've applied for.

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    ah right okay, no I have not received all my offers yet. Just was told I should sort my student finance out asap? cheers for help though
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    (Original post by jakehart500)
    ah right okay, no I have not received all my offers yet. Just was told I should sort my student finance out asap? cheers for help though
    I think you wait until you have firmed an offer... perhaps even firmed and achieved the conditions of the offer (been a while since I did it). Sending off for student finance before you even have an offer makes zero sense at all I'm afraid.
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    (Original post by Doc.Daneeka)
    I think you wait until you have firmed an offer... perhaps even firmed and achieved the conditions of the offer (been a while since I did it). Sending off for student finance before you even have an offer makes zero sense at all I'm afraid.
    actually no it doesnt, it takes a while for them to process the application and a lot less time to cancel an application or change the university
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    (Original post by jakehart500)
    ah right okay, no I have not received all my offers yet. Just was told I should sort my student finance out asap? cheers for help though
    yes you were right to do that, it takes a lot less time to amend the university on the application than for student finance to process the application itself
 
 
 
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