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About ninasophie

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  1. It's possible. If you look at the entry stats of med schools, there are always people in their late 30s and early to mid 40s getting in, you wouldn't be the only one.
  2. Hi, I was wondering if anyone had some advice. Here is my situation: I have done my first year of undergrad about 8 years ago, full time. I have started my second year in 2009, part time (10 credits each semester plus 9 credits in the summer). My third year was also done somewhat part time (10 credits the first semester, 14 the second semester and I am currently taking 12 credits in the summer). I will be starting what may be my 4th year in September ( I may take a 5th year) and am wondering if I should do it full time. It is quite financially challenging to go to school full time : it is hard to afford and I do need to work through the school year, student loans aren't enough. How does having taken my undergrad mostly part time affect my chances of getting into medschools? Which ones do not have the full-time requirement? Thanks for your help!
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