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any tips for anyone who wants to get into medicine (i'm interested in being an anesthesiologist)and how do you finance your money while in college and in med school and after that,i'd imagine it being stressful w/ all the debt racking up.

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nancy’s Answer

I personally do not study medicine, but I do have some tips for saving money. Apply to scholarships! keep up with the emails your University sends you because some of them are open to the students at your school specifically, but most of them are very easy applications. Additionally, work a part time job when you still have the chance to, and open a savings account as early as possible! Hope this helps!!

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Maggie’s Answer

First thing, do your best in high school to achieve good grades so that you may be eligible for a partial or full scholarship. I also recommend getting your associates degree from a community college instead of jumping right into a four year college or university. You can save lots of money during those first 2 years and also expose yourself to science classes to see if you really are interested in this career path without spending as much money to do it. After 2 years, if you have gotten good grades, you may be eligible for a scholarship to get your bachelors degree at a college or university. Additionally, make sure you understand how much debt you are taking on. When you initially sign up for loans through the financial aid office, most people don't think much about it because they don't have to pay it off yet. Make sure you are comfortable with how much debt you will have in the future.