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    (Original post by crazylemon)
    assuming 32wk term:

    5000/32 = £156

    So over that technically
    why is your loan so much?
    mine is 1500 less than that and my parents certainly cant afford to pay for my accommodation. :confused:
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    (Original post by beccy.)
    why is your loan so much?
    mine is 1500 less than that and my parents certainly cant afford to pay for my accommodation. :confused:
    london gets a bigger loan (its actually 4988)
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    (Original post by crazylemon)
    london gets a bigger loan (its actually 4988)
    oooh ok fair enough
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    You guys reckon £91 a week is ok to live on?
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    (Original post by Degausser)
    You guys reckon £91 a week is ok to live on?
    should be

    thread on it somewhere, average is about 70-80
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    Sorry to derail everyone, just did my UKCAT! And didn't fail, so I'm happy, the results are on my profile

    Also, I think £80 is the average, so just above that should be fine, do medic's have a higher average starting cost, with more specialised equipment?
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    Sorry to derail everyone, just did my UKCAT! And didn't fail, so I'm happy, the results are on my profile

    Also, I think £80 is the average, so just above that should be fine, do medic's have a higher average starting cost, with more specialised equipment?
    Nice results :yep:
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    Sorry to derail everyone, just did my UKCAT! And didn't fail, so I'm happy, the results are on my profile

    Also, I think £80 is the average, so just above that should be fine, do medic's have a higher average starting cost, with more specialised equipment?
    Well done on the UKCAT!
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    Sorry to derail everyone, just did my UKCAT! And didn't fail, so I'm happy, the results are on my profile

    Also, I think £80 is the average, so just above that should be fine, do medic's have a higher average starting cost, with more specialised equipment?
    Nicely done on the results They'll put you in good stead to apply anywhere.
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    Thanks for the kind words everyone, I really have to thank the wiki editor who put together all the helpful practice links!

    Apparently I am open, cheerful and positive.. But should consider my realism.. Hmm .
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    (Original post by Degausser)
    You guys reckon £91 a week is ok to live on?
    I'm living on half that...so I hope so...
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    (Original post by fatal)
    I'm living on half that...so I hope so...
    I take it you don't plan on going out?
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    I take it you don't plan on going out?
    ...well I would like to, hadn't really thought about it.

    I suppose this year is alot more work, so I will not be going out the three or four times I did each week during my first term!
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    I take it you don't plan on going out?
    What a strange comment to make
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    (Original post by Degausser)
    What a strange comment to make
    I thought so too...
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    (Original post by Degausser)
    What a strange comment to make
    Isn't £40 just enough for food? A night out would cost me around £10-20, no? That would be half her weekly budget gone in a single night. But you are right, it isn't my place to comment *slowly backs down, maintaining eye contact*
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    Isn't £40 just enough for food? A night out would cost me around £10-20, no? That would be half her weekly budget gone in a single night. But you are right, it isn't my place to comment *slowly backs down, maintaining eye contact*
    :rofl:

    no way need that much :p:

    I plan not to need that much!
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    (Original post by Chilledice)
    Isn't £40 just enough for food? A night out would cost me around £10-20, no? That would be half her weekly budget gone in a single night. But you are right, it isn't my place to comment *slowly backs down, maintaining eye contact*
    You can easily get a weeks food for a tenner if you do it right.
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    (Original post by Degausser)
    You can easily get a weeks food for a tenner if you do it right.
    and a night out would be a tenner in Glasgow, share taxi in £1, entry free, £1 vodka mixers lol
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    (Original post by fatal)
    and a night out would be a tenner in Glasgow, share taxi in £1, entry free, £1 vodka mixers lol
    3+ nights out a week. Sorted :p:
 
 
 
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