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Has anyone ever used an on-line 'ask an expert' website?

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
I just wondered if anybody has used one of these websites, and would recommend me a legit company because of course, you have to pay, and I don't really want to be putting my money in the wrong hands....
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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#1
What expert advice are you after?
#2
Education
exStudent
What expert advice are you after?
#3
Don't schools/colleges/uni's pay people for that purpose?
#4
I don't think so, teachers aren't there to give advice on 'un-related' issues such as what I want to know; I've asked a few teachers at my school; who promptly told me to go away....
Becksdawe
Don't schools/colleges/uni's pay people for that purpose?
#5
Very original comment.
dcx_badass
Ask your mum.
#6
I'm not sure op, let me just google that

Edit: Jeeves said u can ask him for free

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 05, 2010 22:35
#7
dcx_badass
I was being serious, if your teachers hate you and it's not about school why can't you ask her.

the teachers don't really hate me, they're just giving out the response which most would; I have asked my mum, but that isn't always the first thing that pops into my mind, I am not entirely dependent of my mother, although some people on this forum like to think so and like to talk to me like I am.
#8
jellybaby22
try asking on here... :p

lots of experts on misc :D
It's a rather personal/individual case haha; thanks though!
#9
if its for legal reasons i know a couple but i reckon you should ask here, plenty of experts here as you can see who could help out ;)
#10
So... What is the question


Edited By: DAMNOME on Dec 05, 2010 22:39
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is it about EMA :)
#12
Funny, although for your information, EMA to close to new applicants
EMA will close to new applicants in England from January 2011. Learner support funds will be available through schools, colleges and training providers to help students who most need it to continue in learning. If you currently get EMA you will continue to receive it for the rest of this academic year, but you will not receive it next academic year
MR1123
is it about EMA :)

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