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Which state has the cheapest medical schools?

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Corrine’s Answer

Texas has the cheapest medical schools. Texas A&M Science Center College of Medicine is ranked number 1. In State fees around $19,724 and Out of state around $32,824.
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Donna’s Answer

When thinking of Medical School - your first thought should be where will I get the best education to be the best Doctor, Nurse, Heath Care provider I can be - NOT the cost. There are scholarships, grants, loans all available. And now, in this horrible pandemic they are predicating a shortage in many heath care worker areas. I recommend you research that more. Getting the best experience and education should be your focus and the funding of it will be second.

Donna recommends the following next steps:

Research medical fields in demand
Resarch future shortages due to this pandemic
Research financial aid, scholorships, internships and any extra funding due to the pandemic
CCRI in RI has a very good entry level Medical program with low cost.. look into it
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Estelle’s Answer

It depends on where you live. While Texas has good tuition rates for residents, out of state residents do not qualify for these prices. You should research the price differences for the schools that interest you.
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Richard’s Answer

In-state tuition is affordable in Texas. $23,000 per year. Unfortunately it is $40,000 for out of state. Look into public universities in your state; they may be a better option.
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