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is it worth living at home for uni for the next 2 years? watch

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    i could save roughly £10,000
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    no
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    DO you like living at home? Do you get on with your parents. How close to uni is your house? Do you want to be able to go out regularly with friends? Will living at home negatively effect that?
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    (Original post by Straighthate)
    i could save roughly £10,000
    Yes, that is if you don't mind living at home for another 2yrs, and if your local uni offers a good course.
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    Yeah, I'm living at home and I'd recommend it
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    I would move out even if it would cost me that much. Just for the opportunity to grow up more and be more independent. New people, new places and new experiences are great for you.
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    (Original post by Straighthate)
    i could save roughly £10,000
    10k? That's like half the annual salary of the average fresh uni graduate! Definitely worth it.
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    i would say move out,you'll get to experience what's it's like to be independent, and if you dont like it, move back home whenever the contract for accomondation or whatever ends. i've noticed parents get increasingly annoying as you grow up but i do love it when i dont have to pay the bills :ahee:
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    i would say move out,you'll get to experience what's it's like to be independent, and if you dont like it, move back home whenever the contract for accomondation or whatever ends. i've noticed parents get increasingly annoying as you grow up but i do love it when i dont have to pay the bills :ahee:
    i will have in exess of 30 years for living out and being 'independent'
    i wouldnt consider it being independent when you have loans to cover your expenses
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    (Original post by Straighthate)
    i could save roughly £10,000
    I did. It makes sense. Endure it. Free food, free housing usually. Only commuting on public transport will be the cost of living at home.

    Now I have had enough money for almost 2 yrs to be on my own, of course with the help of mates.
 
 
 
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