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May 16, 2000
The Sota, FL
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This is for all the first and second med school peeps out thur.....how much money did you guys take out in loans the first two years.......just trying to get an estimate........and if you got a SPUR second could you explain on what and how much you used some of the loan "dough" for stuff besides tuition and fees.......thanks for the look


Fitter Happier
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Mar 10, 2004
The Sea
I suggest taking out the maximum they'll allow you since the rates are so incredibly low. This is assuming you have some other debts and aren't super rich. That way, you can use your student loan money to pay off all your other debts which are surely at higher rates. I'll be using my loan money to pay off my car and my credit card debt.
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