Welcome to Forum.Tip.It
Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. If you already have an account, login here - otherwise create an account for free today!
Posted by Boris5000
on 07 February 2018 - 08:37 PM
Iirc, UK has a system where you don't pay back your student loan until you reach a certain level of income. And that income is pretty high, meaning paying back the debt should not be that much of an issue. Also, the interest rates are really low, as it is guaranteed by the government.
still doesn't stop the debt from accruing interest.
Does anyone know any good brands for paint for a beginner.
Pretty much only want to get 3 colors. Black, white, and blue. And think I'm interested in water color and acrylic
Try going to a craft shop, the shop assistants would be able to help you. For watercolours I've only really used Windsor and Newton Cotman box sets, they are like $10 so its a pretty cheap investment. Don't really like acrylic so I can't say much.
I guess the anticipation is finally getting to me ... in just about 5 days, I will be receiving my final undergraduate degree classification.
I'm pretty sure I've achieved one of the highest grades, and I felt comfortable with all of my exams but sometimes it gets a bit eerie being too calm.
All of my friends from other universities have their results, and results days are different depending on department at my university so I've seen some of my friends get their results and I'm super proud of them. I've bought my dress for graduation, my tickets and gown too so I'm pretty excited - just got to find out what grade I have finally.
I'm feeling the pressure as it's 4 years of hard work and even though I'm pretty much almost definitely going to do my masters (Their grade requirement was lower than any grades I've gotten before) - it would be really nice to have a comfortably nice undergraduate degree that I can just look back on and smile thinking of all the challenges I went through to get it
Congrats Maddy (whatever the classification). Gl with your masters!
Posted by Boris5000
on 13 February 2017 - 10:20 PM
As far as I'm concerned - they're right. An extreme amount of anything could theoretically cause cell mutation
Yeah but I remember when that law passed the law was intended to be a warning label for stuff people wouldn't expect to have health problems and would impact their decision making. Such as some brand of plates has x and you may not want it.
Instead they screwed with the law by making the wording so vauge that literally every building has a label and has chemical names that are 30 syllables long to where its useless information. So the warning labels are intentionally made useless by that especially when Oxygen can be placed as a cancer causing chemical.
Hold on there Chuck, don't forget about Di-Hydrogen Monoxide, the leading cause of dysentery!