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    I'm eligible for around £3000 but im not sure if I should get that much
    I'll be living at home so I'll only need it for travel, food and uni stuff
    So I'm not sure how much I need I don't want more than needed because I need to pay it back
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    Take it. You never know when it may come in useful.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    Take it. You never know when it may come in useful.
    But what if I won't need it, I'll just have to pay more interest off then, right?
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    £3000 to spend over a year is not a lot of money. Take it! If you don't spend it, give it all back as soon as you finish uni.


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    I would recommend taking it all at least for the first year. If you then find you don't use most of it then you can take less the next year.
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    (Original post by purplebricks)
    I'm eligible for around £3000 but im not sure if I should get that much
    I'll be living at home so I'll only need it for travel, food and uni stuff
    So I'm not sure how much I need I don't want more than needed because I need to pay it back
    Take it. You never know when unexpected costs could arise e.g. needing a new laptop or something.
 
 
 
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