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Student cards are for college students. With the Card Act, student cards got tougher to get as students basically needed to qualify on their own (ie own income). Student cards are fairly easy to get if you are in college and you have some documented income. Otherwise no go.
You won't qualify for anything until you get some income or have a cosigner. Since you have neither, you will not get a card. Don't even bother as you will just get some wasted hard inquiries. Once you get a job and a few paychecks, you will need to go for a REALLY EASY card. If you are in college and income, go for student card. If not in college but have income, you will either need to go for secured card or beginner card like capital one for new comers.
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