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    I've had a reply & they said I can't apply for a maintenance/support loan until I've applied for the course loan payment :-(
    Then said; "support towards a PC in the 2015/16 academic year was capped at £200 but there is no guarantee that this figure will remain the same for the new year".
    All students who do full time studies are eligible for thousands of pounds that can be taken as a yearly loan :-(
    I wouldn't even need one full years loan to last me the entire degree!
    This whole "we don't want money to get in the way of your studies" is a fallacy. :-(



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    Considering you wrote it at 4:35, then you might wnat to redraft your OP as its quite difficult to read. It seems more stream of consciousness.

    Youll just have to get a job o save up the money for a pc.

    If you think full time students have a better time of it, then become a full time student.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Considering you wrote it at 4:35, then you might wnat to redraft your OP as its quite difficult to read. It seems more stream of consciousness.

    Youll just have to get a job o save up the money for a pc.

    If you think full time students have a better time of it, then become a full time student.
    The time is irrelevant, I wasn't up all night :'D People have different hours of operation ;-) . The reason why there's a lot to read is because there's a lot to explain. I guess I'll just clear the OP as it's irrelevant now, especially when I've been told the above ^.


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    (Original post by PlGLET)
    The time is irrelevant, I wasn't up all night :'D People have different hours of operation ;-) . The reason why there's a lot to read is because there's a lot to explain. I guess I'll just clear the OP as it's irrelevant now, especially when I've been told the above ^.


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    Just saying you would have gotten more responses if it had been more focused and clearer in what you wanted. I read it twice.
 
 
 
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