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Money should never be the most important factor
While Dave and the crew try a recipe from the Med School Success Cookbook, they consider listener Imari’s question: how much did co-hosts Aline Sandouk, Eric Schnieders, Gabe Conley, and Irisa Mahaparn think about money when choosing a medical school? While it’s important to know what your financial standing will be when you graduate, including your loans and how they’re affected by scholarships and living situation, we think there are more important things to think about. And Maggie has noticed many med schools have co-ed fraternities and wants our thoughts on their benefits for students. Happy to help explore this interesting and fun possibility for lowering costs, sharing responsibilities, and joining a new med school fam, Maggie!
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One thought on “Applying to Med School? Don’t Worry About the Money (so much).”
I was really interested in hearing that one of the cohosts is quite introverted. Med school seems to take a great deal of energy and talking with others, so I’d be really curious about more experiences and coping tips by and for other introverts in the program. Thank you!
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