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I'm contemplating on whether I should go to uni or not. I'm just fearful of the debt.
Is it a lot to take after graduating? my course is the standard 9250 and I will only be commuting from home.
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The monthly repayments are so small it won’t really affect you. So don’t worry about it.
Have a look at this for a rough guide to how much you would be paying back each month:

https://www.ucas.com/student-finance...r-student-loan
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(Original post by bluemashmellow)
I'm contemplating on whether I should go to uni or not. I'm just fearful of the debt.
Is it a lot to take after graduating? my course is the standard 9250 and I will only be commuting from home.
The size of your "debt" doesn't change the size of your repayments (the only difference is the amount of time you repay for - for a very small number of students - most don't repay within the repayment period).

You pay 9% of what you earn above the threshold - it's very small amounts and very affordable
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