neuropsych76 Posted February 24, 2011 Share Posted February 24, 2011 So I just found out I received my first acceptance (!!!) but now I have the fun process of maybe making a decision among schools. I found this nifty website for cost of living http://www.bestplaces.net/col/ But I was wondering how exactly do I factor in the stipend and cost of living.. For example, If school A has a stipend of 15,000 but the cost of living is much below the national average, and school B has a stipend of 20,000 but cost of living is much higher than the national average, how do I really know which is the better place (financial wise)? Any insight would be great Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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