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Do you have a lot of Debt to pay off - page 6

Of course everyone has SOME student loan to pay off. But what is the average debt load? I am thinking of going to further school for an ADN. It will be at least 2 years. I know that it will cost... Read More

  1. Visit  KnottyFox profile page
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    I'll have about $50k of debt when I graduate in May with my ADN. Granted, a good chunk of it came from when I went to a university for a year and did extremely poorly, then had to make up for it by retaking those classes. Complete waste of money, but a good wake-up call. Ah well. I already have so much debt, I may as well keep going right after graduation, defer my payments, and get my BSN right away!
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  2. Visit  bryan_del profile page
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    Quote from KnottyFox
    I'll have about $50k of debt when I graduate in May with my ADN. Granted, a good chunk of it came from when I went to a university for a year and did extremely poorly, then had to make up for it by retaking those classes. Complete waste of money, but a good wake-up call. Ah well. I already have so much debt, I may as well keep going right after graduation, defer my payments, and get my BSN right away!
    50k for an ADN degree?!!! Your out of your mind for paying that much for an ADN degree
  3. Visit  SunshineDaisy profile page
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    Yeah, I'll have debt. Roughly 30k between my 2 degrees. It'll get paid though, so I'm not worried.
  4. Visit  uronurse1 profile page
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    Thankfully i had a scholarship for my adn program and my employer paid for 75% of my bsn and 50% of my msn/fnp. So i will have about 20k in student loans but will pay off in 1 year. Definitely worth it as i love my job and i make enough for a comfortable life for my family.

    There are many scholarships out there for ones to take advantage of.

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