Reapplying for 2nd year and turning 25

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Luhanie
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Hi, I just applied for student finance for the 2nd year (2021-2022) but I'm turning 25 next month.

How will they calculate how much I'll get? I heard that the income of my parents won't matter for them after I'll turn 25. I don't want them to calculate my parents income, as they earn too much and I'm unemployed.

Do they somehow check my age and calculate automatically or do I have to send them some kind of form?
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(Original post by Luhanie)
Hi, I just applied for student finance for the 2nd year (2021-2022) but I'm turning 25 next month.

How will they calculate how much I'll get? I heard that the income of my parents won't matter for them after I'll turn 25. I don't want them to calculate my parents income, as they earn too much and I'm unemployed.

Do they somehow check my age and calculate automatically or do I have to send them some kind of form?
You wont have to do anything. If your over 25 then you will likely get the maximum amount.
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