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Residency question

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by PB2464, May 28, 2008.

  1. PB2464

    10+ Year Member

    Feb 18, 2007
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    I'm a current Texas resident with a bachelor's degree and about one year ago I went back to complete the required courses for dental school. I've completed approx 20 semester hours in Texas and I've also lived here for about 2 years. For personal reasons, I'm considering a move back to my original state of residence, finishing up my last 6 credit hours, taking the DAT, and then applying.

    If this happens, would I lose my Texas residency? Is there any way around this?

    Texas has much lower tuition and 3 schools while the state where I'm moving only has 1 state school. Any thoughts?

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