Loans/Scholarships?

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by Dante60, Apr 4, 2001.

  1. Dante60

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    Hey guys, I'm not sure about y'all, but I'm really digging to find ways of paying for school.

    For me, I think the ideal scholarship is that one offered by the Army, where they pay for all of tuition and books, in return for active service. *Edit*.. and I'm an American citizen, so no citizenship issues there. My problem with it is that I have no state of legal residence as I live in Canada. *end Edit*

    Seems like a really good deal, does anyone know any details about this? Should I avoid it? What are the hidden stuff? Would I actually get to practice?

    Anyways, let me know what you guys think about this one.

    Mo.

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  3. Dante60

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    Some help please?!
     
  4. groundhog

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    If you are single, I would do it through the US NAVY. That branch of the armed services is more akin to life as a citizen (you can think of naval fleets as floating towns). http://www.navy.com/traincareer/dentist.jsp

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