Repaying Student Loans after Medical School
This post was written by our friends at medschoolpulse.com
You’ve climbed the biggest hurdle in becoming a doctor: getting accepted to medical school—so repaying student loans may be the last thing on your mind. Instead, you’re focused on celebrating with family and friends, moving to a new city, and anticipating your first day as an M1 … but before you get there, a big, fat bill will arrive on your doorstep asking for the first semester’s tuition. Dang. That’s a big number.
If you’re like most M1s throughout the country, you’ll talk to the financial aid office at your school about taking out federal student loans to pay …
April 11, 2015