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  1. Hello, I'm planning on applying to PA schools June 2016 and have realized it is time to start saving money for the costs associated with applying. I realize it can add up to a few thousand dollars when you consider the fees for applying to around 10 schools, the *hopeful* cost of interviews (including possible airfare and hotel stays), and the acceptance deposit. Just curious, how do most young people in their mid twenties semi-fresh out of undergrad pay for this? Is it common to get a loan just to cover the costs of applying? I don't see how I can save that much money in one year living on a cna salary. Any advice or personal experience is welcome!
  2. hi everyone i just wanted to get some advice. I am a re-applicant. For the Personal statement, do you guys recommend writing an entire new essay or just adding/cutting out couple paragraphs. Also, do you think in the i should address that i am a re-applicant? i'm thinking If i'm applying to schools, i didn't apply last year then they wouldn't know, but what about schools i previously applied? hmm what are you thoughts?
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