I was reading the FAQ, and the first thing was describing what a student is. The description is:
What does student mean?
A student is defined as a full-time or part-time matriculated student of a higher education institution defined as a public or private, vocational school, correspondence school, junior college, college, or university. Students cannot be paid and/or compensated for software development using the Intel® Software Development Products student suites.
I am interested in the C++ compiler. I am 13; will I be able to obtain the compiler with the student license, or will I still have to purchase it as I don't qualify.
I also have documents proving my enrollment in school, and the documents the Microsoft Dreamspark program requires to verify yourself.