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NY applicants - non-ny schools that give lots need based aid ??

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by basha, May 30, 2002.

  1. basha

    basha Senior Member

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    Whats up all - Can all the new yorkers tell what non-ny schools they are applying to that give a lot of need based aid.

    There are also a lot of non-ny schools that lower out-of-state tuition to in-state tuition for those eligible (needy). And there are schools that you can apply for resident status after a year of living there, so you pay in-state tuition after your first yr.

    Please don't tell us about schools where NY residents have little or no chance of getting in. Thank You.
     
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    Mayo gives many of their students full-tuition scholarships. Everyone gets at least a half-tuition scholarship. They take residents of all states.
     
  4. Assassin

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    the two schools i applied to:
    UCONN...after the first year you should get their resident tuition (they accept substantial amount of out-of-staters)
    Dartmouth...they offer pretty generous need-based scholarships
     
  5. Doc AdamK in 2006

    Doc AdamK in 2006 Now 2 year UB Med Doc

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    I have heard that NYMC offers scholarships but I can't get a straight answer from their administration about how to apply for the aid.

    AK
     
  6. J.Pearlman

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    Rutgers- NJ, gives out-of-staters resident status if they have resided in NJ for atleast 2 months. This could mean that if you move to jersey before the summer of '03, you could be paying state tuition.
     
  7. basha

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    What about Non-NY schools where there is a high chance for NY residents to get accepted, with a 3.4 gpa/30 mcat.
     

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