msw1992

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I have tried to find this on existing forums with no luck.
If I were to move to another state right now, >12 months before matriculation, could I use that new state as residency for AMCAS/TMDSAS? Specifically Texas or Florida. Does anyone have experience with this? I would want to stay in that state permanently, so ethically I feel fine about this, it's not technically "solely for educational purposes."
 
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msw1992

2+ Year Member
Apr 8, 2015
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Pre-Medical
Here are the rules for TX: TMDSAS Medical: Residency Information
They have become familiar with an uptick in the number of applicants employing your method, though. Perhaps @wysdoc could give us an opinion on the odds of success for this strategy.
Yeah it sounds like it's pretty cut and dry, I wouldn't have time to move and establish domicile 12 months before time of application, I thought it might be 12 months before matriculation
 
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