It's easiest to manage your financial aid documents if you have a strategy to track and store your communications, financial information, academic records, scholarship materials and other financial aid resources.
Below are some suggestions for preparing for your search:
Before you apply for medical school and start looking for financial aid, it's helpful to know how much it it will cost. Here are some things to keep in mind:
Now that you have determined how much medical school will cost, you will need to determine how much you and/or your family can contribute financially. From a medical school’s perspective, the cost of medical education is primarily the student’s responsibility. However, few families have the means to allocate sufficient resources to cover the entire costs of a medical education so it is up to the student to find loans, grants, or scholarships that can help with the cost.
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Medical School & Residency
Before Applying to Medical School