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    I've recently completed my 2 year foundation degree and am going back to university in September to do a top up degree. However I am reapplying for student finance for next year and it's come up with this (see picture below) and I'm not entirely sure what to click as I am planning on repaying after I completely finish university. I know it sounds like a stupid question but which one would be appropriate to click? It's just that I don't want to get anything wrong in my application.

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    (Original post by ohhello92x)
    Hello

    I've recently completed my 2 year foundation degree and am going back to university in September to do a top up degree. However I am reapplying for student finance for next year and it's come up with this (see picture below) and I'm not entirely sure what to click as I am planning on repaying after I completely finish university. I know it sounds like a stupid question but which one would be appropriate to click? It's just that I don't want to get anything wrong in my application.

    Thank you

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    Click NO

    (you are only behind with repayments if they've asked for payment and you didn't pay)
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    Click NO

    (you are only behind with repayments if they've asked for payment and you didn't pay)
    Ok cool, thank you


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