I have heard that if you want to someday live in a certain geographic region (such as the West Coast) and work as physician you should try to do your residency in that general area. If this is true, isn't it in your best interest to attend a medical school somewhere around there as well? Or, would good UMSEL scores be enough to allow you to switch regions of the country? I am trying to figure out if it would be worth it to pay the extra money to attend an out-of-state medical school versus choosing my state school (if I were fortunate enough to be accepted to both). Thanks for any advice!