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I am not sure what you are referring to as vocational nursing. But I just got accepted into a LPN program and it is considered a vocational program so they do not offer financial aid. I had to take a pre-test and it was just general reading, math, and reading comprehension. And I did pass my pre-test, I received my congratulations letter on today. Yeah yeah...good luck to you also.
if i may ask, how much will you be paying monthly during the course of study wit the financial aid? thanks!:wink2:
I won't pay a dime (unless i choose to) during school. My payments don't start until 6 months after I graduate. I plan on paying as much as I can every month during school to pay down the principal of the loan. And honestly I don't know (really, don't remember) what the monthly payments will be once the 6 month grace period after graduation will be.
I know of quite a few students in my school who are on a monthly payment plan during their course of study (15 months). I guess they didn't get enough through the Stafford Loans and couldn't get any other loans due to their credit. I am fortunate that my credit score has always been important to me and I pay my bills on time every month which makes it very easy to get a loan.