Finding Scholarships, Grants & Loans for Your Medical Degree

Before donning your own white doctor’s coat, you must devote a dozen or more years to training, which includes countless hours of studying, attending classes, taking exams and mandatory hospital experience. Also rigorous is the financial cost of medical school — the most expensive of all graduate schools. The average medical school debt for 2014 graduates is $176,348, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.

Now’s the time to assess your financial situation. You’ll likely face another round of financial-aid applications, as you did for your undergrad education, but this time, your parents may not be contributing to your med-school costs. Even if you’ve been working since graduation, you’ll probably still need more money to cover the cost.

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