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Do ucas take ur 15 pund out ur bank as soon as they recieve ur form?
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Do ucas take ur 15 pund out ur bank as soon as they recieve ur form?
I thought you pay your sixth-form/college, who pay UCAS a lump sum at the end of it all. That's how it happens at mine.
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Do ucas take ur 15 pund out ur bank as soon as they recieve ur form?
If you sent the cheque with your form yes (in 5 working days).

If you sent it via an electronic method, your centre will ask for your money, possibly after they have sent the form in, but maybe will want the money before they send it. This very much depends on the Financial people at your centre.
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If you sent the cheque with your form yes (in 5 working days).

If you sent it via an electronic method, your centre will ask for your money, possibly after they have sent the form in, but maybe will want the money before they send it. This very much depends on the Financial people at your centre.
our college makes you pay them before they send it... shows how much they trust us.....

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our college makes you pay them before they send it... shows how much they trust us.....

lou xxx


our college wnt pay it. we have to pay by card!! even more trusting dnt ya think!!
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our college wnt pay it. we have to pay by card!! even more trusting dnt ya think!!
lol, i think my brother's school is like that as well (i have a twin)

lou xxx
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