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  1. Hi guys! I am stoked to plan my future after being accepted into a graduate program, however I am getting a little nervous with the amount of loans I realistically have to take out. Personally, after completing my program I estimate to be in debt about 70k (including housing and other expenses not just tuition). Unfortunately I wasn't awarded any scholarships/grants. I am curious, is this typical? I hear other students say to stay away from expensive schools, where does 70k land on the scale? I was also accepted to another school that will probably cost me 35k-45k total, but it is not in an ap
  2. Hi! I got accepted to Pacific University (my number one choice) but I just got an email saying the audiology course I took in undergrad does not meet their requirement. I am freaking out because I don’t think they offer this course over summer and I need to have it completed by August. Diana emailed me a ‘course matching’ document, where I input the details of the course I took and the admissions committee will decide to accept it or not. Has anyone else been in this position and can give any recommendations or advice? I fear I may not be able to start grad school this year for a dumb reason.
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