After lurking here for nearly 2 years, I have a question that I hope someone can help me answer. I'm one of the lucky few who will be able to pay for med school in cash, without taking out student loans. However, it seems like a good idea to take out a subsidized loan as an interest free loan for 4 years, and then pay it back in one large sum at the end of med school. This way, I'll be able to invest the 8500 each year, and make some money off of investments. Is this even possible, and would lenders even allow it?