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Cost of Living in Boston

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by bee3615, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. bee3615

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    So i've looked at the quote for cost of living for the 3 dental schools, and I noticed that they have different estimates, with the highest being about 23k/yr. Do ppl actually spend this much, less, or over? And while we are at it, what are the best areas to live in while attending BU; keeping cost and proximity in mind?
     
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  3. murff05

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    I've been doing a lot of searching around BU.

    Anything within walking distance from school can range from 1200- 2500+.... It would be wise to find a roommate in any situation. I have found some single apartments to be around 1300 but that is a lot to pay if you don't have the money.

    If you have any luck finding a good place let me know!
     
  4. bennijai

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    Keep in mind the cost of living in Boston is insanely high compared to others. Most student housing are walking distance. And as for the areas there are a list of them which I happened to have lying around somewhere. If I find it I will gladly post it here for your reference.

    Just another note, when you are interviewed at Boston, there will be additional info on financial aid and housing.
     

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