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    Thread created on 09:50:13 - 28/07/21 (1 year ago)
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    Last replied 04:11:09 - 10/08/21 (1 year ago)
    Does anyone know how to claim the free education course from having stock in Int Sch TC? Ive done the 7 days and all it says is 'You currently have Free Education Courses'. I have no idea how to redeem the free course, nothing in the stock market or the education section.
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    Posted on 10:12:07 - 28/07/21 (1 year ago)
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    You don't have to redeem courses, ISTC's block benefit means you don't have to pay any fees to enroll in new courses.


    The cost marked in the above image would be $0 if you have the ISTC block benefit

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    Posted on 10:18:04 - 28/07/21 (1 year ago)
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    Vrocks [2577848]

    You don't have to redeem courses, ISTC's block benefit means you don't have to pay any fees to enroll in new courses.


    The cost marked in the above image would be $0 if you have the ISTC block benefit
    Ah, I feel like a right muppet. When it said free course, I assumed you get a course for free, right there and then, not free in cost only. That was a complete waste of time and money tied up in stock to save me £200.
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    Posted on 10:27:45 - 28/07/21 (1 year ago)
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    Vrocks [2577848]

    You don't have to redeem courses, ISTC's block benefit means you don't have to pay any fees to enroll in new courses.


    The cost marked in the above image would be $0 if you have the ISTC block benefit

    Blendworth [2693188]

    Ah, I feel like a right muppet. When it said free course, I assumed you get a course for free, right there and then, not free in cost only. That was a complete waste of time and money tied up in stock to save me £200.
    Haha yeah, Its a pretty useless stock benefit wise. If you really want to speed up education you should get a WSSB block instead, It cuts all education times by 10% which adds up to a huge amount in the long run.

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    Posted on 01:38:07 - 10/08/21 (1 year ago)
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    Unless your like me and playing for merits. Then it is worth having it at least eventually even if you are not in any classes. There is a merit that is for owning every stock benefit at the same time

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    Posted on 04:11:09 - 10/08/21 (1 year ago)
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    There was once a course called dual weapons that cost $50mil to start. You get a free dual weapon on completion. Basically was the whole purpose of this benefit block.
    Hi!!
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