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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Kraus, May 15, 2002.

  1. Kraus

    Kraus Junior Member

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    I've been lurking around for a hellofa long time, but I've never really needed to ask a question... Until now:

    If my undergrad school is University of Arizona, and the medical school at the U of A says it accepts mainly in-state residents, is it even worth it to apply?
     
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  3. Mr.D

    Mr.D insipidus maximus

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    Unless you're not an Arizona resident (which chances are that you are) I would definitely apply since they mainly take Arizona residents. I don't see why you would be hesitant about this? Good luck Kraus.
     
  4. deva

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    Hello Kraus :)

    I'm guessing that you are concerned because you are not an Arizona resident, right?
     
  5. Future_Doc

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    Welcome! <img border="0" alt="[Clappy]" title="" src="graemlins/clappy.gif" /> Are you an Arizona resident? I don't think going to school there establishes residency. I think your permanent address has to be in state.
     
  6. TommyGunn04

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    if you've been going to school there long enough, couldn't you just establish residency? (the rules vary from state to state...I'm not familiar with Arizona's)
     

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