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College Loans and Deferrment
Posted on Monday, September 15 2008 @ 19:11:16 Eastern

Yeah...im in a rut because I need to begin paying college loans soon and I can't defer them unless I can go to grad school today. And because of the bullshit with my degree conferral, I couldn't register for anything until now, meaning for the Spring semester for everything basically. 

Some schools around here are still accepting applications, but I am still trying to apply to grad school for the Spring, as well as juggle the job hunt. I am also trying to get teachers to send it letters of recommendation, gather enough money for the application fees, and try and keep health insurance all at the same time, because once I begin paying loans without deferment, I can't hold onto that either.

Anyone who has gone through this have any advice? I am trying to find a way to get into grad school quite literally now, so that I can defer my loan for a while longer and not worry about paying it, as well as keep my health insurance.
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