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If you’re a prospective medical school applicant and finances are a major consideration, you may want to explore the possibility of establishing Texas residency. With an average medical school debt of $190,000 at graduation — and debt levels for graduates exceeding $500,000 not that uncommon — Texas is becoming an increasingly popular destination for medical school options. In fact, it’s not uncommon for us to hear from Texas residents who have no intention of applying to any out-of-state medical schools. (This was indeed uncommon as recently as a few years ago.)
So, if you’re a nontraditional applicant at least one year away from applying, you may want to consider a relocation to Texas. (It takes 12 months to establish residency and qualify for in-state tuition rates.)
Best of luck with your applications!
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