Hi, I know this will sound kind of stupid but I need information so here goes.. My husband graduated from undergrad last year with a 3.97 GPA. He had decided late that he wanted to go to dental school, but was missing his second semester of physics and organic chemistry when he graduated. We got bad information from his financial aid counselor who said "oh, no problem" when we asked about getting aid after graduation for those courses. Now we have had a very difficult time coming up with the money for them what with two kids, car payment, student loans, etc. We recently heard that the University of Toronto would take applicants without the courses my husband is lacking and so have put our application in for fall. (The timeline for International students is later, we won't get an acceptance letter until June)Now we kind of have our eggs in one basket but we're optimistic because of the good GPA & ok DAT score (20 average for the first part, 20 perceptual)the federal government said we could get the same financial aid there that he could get at a US school.The financial aid office at UofT doesn't want to talk to us until he's accepted, but now other people, like at the ADEA when I wrote requesting scholarship info, are saying he can't get federal aid in Canada.Does anyone know A)if you can get federal aid at a foreign school, or B)of any alternative sources of funding for Dental School, we looked into NHSC but they will only pay for US schools. In case it isn't already appearant, we are VERY economically disadvantaged, having gotten married young and should qualify for any need based program there is. Thanks for bearing with me, I appreciate any help that anyone can provide.