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      True…go for financial aid first….but once you get to the upper degrees..mds,

      pharmd etc you cannot get financial aid/grants and when you are an intern there

      is no way to work also and go to school so student loans are the only way to

      accomplish your goals unless your parents are rich. my best friend was a single

      parent and attended college for 8 years to achieve her PharmD. Her income is

      nice now but she had 1200 a month student loan payemnts because her income she

      doesnt get the lower interest rates. Thankfully she gets a loan forgiveness by

      working at a Low income at need Critical access Hospital and gets the HUGE

      re-payment of $25,000 a year for 4 years.

      Tressa

      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.comFrom: mystique@cei.netDate: Fri, 11 Jul 2008

      10:15:01 -0500Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Student Loans

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