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    So I've applied for the tuition fee and maintenance grant so my parents got the emails/forms to be means tested which was all good.

    However I no longer want the maintenance grant just the £9000 for my course. So I shouldn't need to be means tested?
    How do I cancel getting the grant? I've looked on the site and there's forms for changing alsorts of details of your application but not about cancelling a part of it.

    I did call and they said to not worry and it'll go through as not tested. Does that mean I'll get the full grant (which I do NOT want) or I'll get no grant?

    I wouldn't be worried but all my friends are getting theirs through and I applied at the same time if not earlier, and the deadline is fast approaching



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    Hi there.

    First of all, you've already met the deadline simply by applying. Is there a reason you don't want any grants? Grants are funding which you do not have to pay back. As you have been advised if your parents don't provide their info it will automatically be forced through as non income based which means you'll get £0 grant.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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