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    Hello My name is Kelly and I am very much interested in studying psychology at university.
    Problem is Im actually living at home with my partner so theres the problem of saving to move out still, but also need to get the ball rolling with furthering my education. So costing is a big issue as i will need to work alongside uni...
    i have considered studying with the open uni (because of the lower costs, and being able to do it in my own time) but i think i would need the support from the uni financially and with the work....what do you all think??
    Im enrolling in some evening psychology courses, and then will move on to a level psychology course to prepare me for uni a bit more... i dont no if im going in the right direction with this or whether should just bite the bullet and apply for uni but im very concerned about the financial side as i say so would definately need to know what im entitled to etc.. thank you reading this long message ...and hope to hear your opinions and experience with both uni and open uni and the managing side of things
 
 
 
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