Ok, I've been accepted to a TX med school as a TX resident, but I have a unique situation and I'm freaking out b/c I have to fill out a residency form. I've lived in TX my entire life and went to undergrad in TX. After undergrad, I went out of state for grad school, which I know still allows me to keep my TX residency. This is the problem: After grad school, I started working in a lab out of state. It's 10 months later and I'm back in TX. I still have retained my TX bank accounts, voter registration, drivers license, etc...I can't claim residency in any other state, because I haven't lived anywhere else for 12 consecutive months. But, I also haven't lived in TX for 12 consecutive months either. I'm afraid I'll have my acceptance rescinded if I'm technically not a TX resident. Does anyone have any experience with a situation like this? I tried looking at the state's website for residence classification, but can't find anything useful. Thanks!