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Hello, my girlfriend is currently 17 and she is studying A-levels at college. She wants to purchase Adobe Photoshop CS3 Student edition for 140. Is she eligible for purchase? I don't understand the terms and conditions as it says you have to be studying for at least a 2 year course (which she is) but it goes on to say about studying for a degree which you have to go to uni for, so i'm a bit confused.

Can anyone shed light on this? Has anyone on here purchased a Student edition? (baring in mind i'm in the UK)
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If one meets the student qualifications for Academics Superstore, one will find discounted prices on Photoshop and many other graphics products.


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Hello, my girlfriend is currently 17 and she is studying A-levels at college. She wants to purchase Adobe Photoshop CS3 Student edition for 140. Is she eligible for purchase? I don't understand the terms and conditions as it says you have to be studying for at least a 2 year course (which she is) but it goes on to say about studying for a degree which you have to go to uni for, so i'm a bit confused.

Can anyone shed light on this? Has anyone on here purchased a Student edition? (baring in mind i'm in the UK)
More than likely your girlfriend will apply but after she is a student she might have to deactivate the program.

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