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how much is the tution in NYU?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by Smooth Operater, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Smooth Operater

    Smooth Operater don't bug "operatEr"!
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    how much is the tuition in NYU? Thanks!
     
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    are you really that lazy?

    jb!:)
     
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    how do ppl pay off a 250k+ loan??!! (for those not loaded off their asses). Also how much money do you have to pay each year if your salary is whatever few thousand you make during the summer???!!!
    :(
     
  7. Cymbidium

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    this was given to me at my interview this year:

    year 1: $81,299
    year 2: $86,045
    year 3: $86,045
    year 4: $77,226

    this includes books and fees, room and boar, books, instruments, personal expenses, transportation & health insurance.

    If you can find a place to live for free and don't need your own health insurance then tuition is about $55K a year.
     
  8. shamrock2006

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    i think the tuition..if i remember...is around 50k...its the living expenses and everything else that gets you.
     
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    keibee82 Blue_tooth...
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    year 1: Mercedes Benz E63 AMG :thumbup:
    year 2: Porsche Cayane S Turbo :D
    year 3: BMW M5 :cool:
    year 4: Range Rover HSE :laugh:

    DDS degree: priceless...
     
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    LOVE IT!!!
     
  11. R.L.H

    R.L.H LoVe mY liFE
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    abso-****ing-lutely agree:laugh:
     
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    your first-child :p

    don't forget that interest is running during the time you're in school! hah, so i figure you'd be nearing $400k from nyu
     
  13. Dauber

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    Like lnsip9reg said,
    All while acruing interest on everything but the subsidized portion... So 6.8% interest on the load plus whatever else you have to take out to cover the costs at a higher rate while in school plus the 8.5K for the sub loan and up to 5K for the other unsub loan (Pell i think) each year you accumulated that will be added after you graduate. :idea: This is over twice what I'll be paying at my state school and i'm still not thrilled about my own tuition. NYU, USC, (any expensive private school) = a fortune. I couldn't imagine spending this much money if I had the option to go to a state school (assuming it's much much cheaper like it normally is).
     

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