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  1. Hey guys, I'm a first year student. I recently had the idea of applying for one of the unis in Australia for dent (Queensland most likely). They take in my highschool marks for admission and not my Uni GPA since i would be applying before the end of my first year. This seems like a good idea to save time and avoid Canada's low admission chances. Plus my highschool mark was pretty good (mid 90) so I think I have a decent chance. The only catch is that it's a 400k tuition, with prob 100k more for living expenses (5 year course btw). I was thinking that since I would be graduating at around 24, I
  2. Hi all, I think I had posted about this before, but I'm looking for a bit more advice. I'm currently in PGY-3, in a fairly expensive city to live in. I'm around $205 000 total debt, although I've got my tax return coming and some additional research funds that should drop that to just below 200 000. I'm looking at likely another 3 years of training, although I should be able to and am very motivated to do quite a bit of moonlighting. And of course, I do have the royal college exam fee coming up, which would be another $5k next year that I'll have to budget for. I'm wondering
  3. Get a jumpstart on your Med School finances and keep your $$$ in check! The Canadian Medical Association and MD Financial Management will be holding webinars preparing new medical students for the financial burden of medical school. Our presenters will briefly introduce the Canadian Medical Association and MD Financial Management and then will dive into some of the money matters you may face during medical school: Options for financing your education The ins and outs of credit cards, lines of credit and student loans Setting and managing a budget How to effectively manage
  4. http://www.omsa.ca/news/2016/3/23/press-release-re-changes-to-postsecondary-student-financial-support-in-ontario "Most problematically, access to the OSG will be limited to 4 years of eligibility. Each year a student has previously received Ontario Tuition Grant support will eliminate one year of OSG eligibility. The 4-year limit will immediately exclude many medical students. Unfortunately, the excluded medical students will be those whose financial situation is dire enough to have required grant funding for their (much cheaper) undergraduate education. These students become the
  5. Can anyone comment on the options available to them for mortgages during residency? The rent-vs-buy debate aside, has anyone explored the options through the big banks or brokers? I'd be particularly interested to know how pre-existing debt on a med-student line of credit affected your options (size of the mortgage, ability to go with a mortgage broker vs. having to stick with the institution providing the LOC) Thanks!
  6. Okay so I don't know who to talk to about this... I'm currently in my second year of medschool and I have 3 years left until graduation. Now my parents dont really have much money so I'm paying for everything on my own using student loans from the government and the credit line offered to medstudents. The fact that Im accumulating debt makes me feel really uneasy, but I was always able to deal with it by telling myself that I have no choice, its all essential expenses and its okay. I have to live somewhere! I need food to live! But its summer now and there's also the question of time
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