paying for medical school

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    Medical How to Get Accepted to Geisinger Medical and Graduate Debt Free [Episode 343]

    Interview with Dr. Michelle Schmude, Associate Dean of Admissions at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine [Show Summary] Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine is focused on admitting students who are passionate about community service, as well as allowing as many students as possible...
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    Medical How to Leverage an HBS Education: The Story of LeverEdge [Episode 313]

    How to leverage an HBS education: The story of LeverEdge [Show Summary] Do you want to save money on your student loans? Interested in earning an MBA with entrepreneurship as your goal? Considering Harvard Business School as the place to earn that degree? Pull up a chair, or at least plug in...
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    Medical Yale School of Medicine Announces Second Unit Loan Reduction in Two Years

    According to the Yale School of Medicine website, the unit loan – how much med students receiving need-based scholarships are expected to borrow – is being reduced from $23,000 to $15,000 per year for all students beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year. A reduction from $30,000 to $23,000 went...
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    Medical Financial Planning for Physicians, Med Students, and Premeds

    Interview with Ryan Inman, President and Financial Planner at Physician Wealth Services [Show Summary] How are you going to pay for medical school? How are you going to pay off your med school debt after you start practicing? How will you be able to afford a home and some of the comforts you’ve...
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    Private or GradPlus?

    I am interested in seeing what people think/have done in terms of private loans vs GradPlus loans? I want to look into private loans but my university is really pushing GradPlus loans - I am not sure this is the direction I want to go in since their interest rate is fixed and is most likely...
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    ROTC, Guard/Reserves, or HPSP?

    I am a high school junior concerned about how I am going to pay for college and possibly med school, my ultimate goal. I just don't want to be paying off student loan debt for the rest of my life. I thought about the Air National Guard for undergrad but I'm worried about being deployed during...
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    Alternative Med School Payment Method..Help or Hinder Acceptance?

    The hospital that I am employed at has offered me a student stipend, where they would give me upfront payment for my medical schooling in exchange for returning to the hospital to practice for a certain amount of years after my residency. Will listing this on my medical application help/hinder...
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    Paying for Medical School 2016

    Hi guys, So I'm an incoming M1 this fall. Now that the summer is underway I was looking at options to pay for medical schools. I basically got no financial aid and my parents will be helping me pay for a part of medical school (not a significant chunk though). I was wondering what...
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    Budgeting COA and personal expenses

    I am currently a pre-pharm student, but my academic advisor has advised I look into med school several times. I am currently at a 3.8 with lots of extra curriculars, volunteering, one of several pre-health club student leaders, and working as a pharmacy tech. I am enjoying what I am doing and...
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    Free Virtual Medical School Fair on February 4, 2016

    Join the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) February 4th from 12pm to 8pm EST to live chat with admissions reps from 25 medical schools to learn more about what makes their programs unique. You’ll be able to ask them anything from application requirements to financial aid options...