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Old 29 Oct 20, 11:33 AM  
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Maybe a silly question but if you are staying in halls can you have a mini fridge in your room?
My daughter will need one for her insulin. I do not want it kept in a shared kitchen. Plus it takes up two shelves so not practical anyway.
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Old 29 Oct 20, 11:38 AM  
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Originally Posted by Floridatilly View Post
Maybe a silly question but if you are staying in halls can you have a mini fridge in your room?
My daughter will need one for her insulin. I do not want it kept in a shared kitchen. Plus it takes up two shelves so not practical anyway.
My daughter had a mini fridge in halls last year and it fitted nicely under her desk.
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Old 29 Oct 20, 11:39 AM  
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I think they will often make an exception for medical supplies even if itís not typically allowed.
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Old 29 Oct 20, 11:56 AM  
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My daughter had a mini fridge in halls last year and it fitted nicely under her desk.
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Old 29 Oct 20, 12:46 PM  
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I gave 3 years between my 2 so I'm hoping DD will decide to wait to do her masters. 🤣

When you do the actual application for the maintenence loan you as the parents have to confirm your details (they email you) they do ask about your other children in education as I had to put in DS details but not sure if it includes other children at university. It meant DD got about £200 more so not a massive difference.

I would have hoped they would take into account twins/triplets etc. I'm a twin and I wasn't allowed to go to University as we could only get 1 grant so my sister went.
Thank you for the info. Iím so sorry you didnít get your chance, thatís really rotten.
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Originally Posted by BevS97 View Post
I think they will often make an exception for medical supplies even if itís not typically allowed.
They do. Need to make arrangements first, don't just install one in her room. They may even supply it
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My ds has had another 2 offers through, so now 3 from his 5 choices. He is really pleased.
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My ds has had another 2 offers through, so now 3 from his 5 choices. He is really pleased.
Should I be concerned that my daughter has not even applied yet?
Well done to your son 👍🏻👍🏻
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Old 29 Oct 20, 05:31 PM  
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Should I be concerned that my daughter has not even applied yet?
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I wouldnít worry, my daughter doesnít even know what subject she wants to study
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Should I be concerned that my daughter has not even applied yet?
Well done to your son 👍🏻👍🏻
mine has just sat the Chemistry A level for "revaluation" as her teacher grade was not what she expected (others were in line with expectations), won't get the result til 17th Dec so she won't be applying til after then as her choices will depend on whether she has achieved what she wanted,
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