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    so I want to go to Uni (currently doin GCSE) N i was just wondering
    1.) What are the benefits of going to Uni
    2.) What happens if u fail your degree (or the exams u do or course work)
    3.) How does Uni work in terms of getting a degree
    4.) Does it cost alot to go to Uni (how much)

    Thanks for answering these questions ☺☺x
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    (Original post by DreadManaco)
    so I want to go to Uni (currently doin GCSE) N i was just wondering
    1.) What are the benefits of going to Uni
    2.) What happens if u fail your degree (or the exams u do or course work)
    3.) How does Uni work in terms of getting a degree
    4.) Does it cost alot to go to Uni (how much)

    Thanks for answering these questions ☺☺x
    1) you get a degree. You may need a certain degree for a career your interested in so you’ll need to go to uni. People who go to university usually get paid more than those who don’t but I can’t remember the exact figures.

    2) I think you get a certificate of higher education

    3) There’s 4 possible outcomes of your degree if you pass. 1st class, 2:1, 2:2 and 3rd class. Think of 1st class as A* and 3rd class as a C.

    4) It costs £9,250 each year, not including accommodation etc.
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    uni is a scam
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    You learn how to spell Benefit.
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    Wtf u on bout "benefits" is plural n that's what I spelt so wtf do u mean "u learn how to spell "benefit" u dumbass!!!!!
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    Plus the title "Benifits" was clearly a mistake coz I spelt it right in the description 'n' am sure every1 makes mistakes coz we aren't perfect so stop trying to act smart u ****
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