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10% tip for poor service, 15% for average, and 20% for great service, with slight variations depending on extremely cheap/expensive food. Those are my guidelines. No tip is essentially a middle finger to the staff, with the exception of places with gratuity already on the check, and less than 5% at most places may as well be no tip.

Never heard about 15-20% tip. :
Where I from the tip is 5-10% of the check you’re paying and it’s called “good manners”.
If the stuff’s work is perfect, you can put larger tip or no tip if the service was awful. But the tip is still a “good manners” and not a mandatory if you don’t have money to spare.
Being a student is a good damn exuse to save your money on yourself and not give the tip at all.

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