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Scenario 1: Joe, Orthoptist, 23, graduated 2 years ago, Band 5
Scenario 2, Bhavna, Therapeutic Radiographer, 35 graduated 6 years ago, Band 6
Scenario 3: Gavin, Podiatrist, 40 graduated 8 years ago, private practice
Scenario 4: Rosie, Prosthetist, 30 on maternity leave
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Funding

Scenario 2: Bhavna, Therapeutic Radiographer, 35 graduated 6 years ago, Band 6

After six years, Bhavna would earn approximately £33,587 and pay back £58 a month* if she had taken out a full student loan. Based on current NHS pay scales and repayment thresholds.

Assuming Bhavna has accessed a full student (tuition fee and maintenance), loan. Her salary is OVER the current £25,725 threshold and Bhavna would be paying 9% of anything earned over the threshold (£7,862) so her monthly repayment until April 2020 when the threshold changes again (or until she moves up another pay grade) would be approximately £58.