Tony Sozzo is back! If you didn't catch the first episode with Tony, go listen to it HERE.
The first question I ask Tony is why medical school, and undergraduate schools are so darn expensive. He gives some good reasons and mentions that about 2/3 of the cost to medical school is actually spent on the student, which is great to hear.
The second question I ask Tony is whether or not students should be choosing medical schools based on tuition. The overall answer is a definite NO. When you compare the difference paying back loans, the school that is $10,000 cheaper a year is only saving you a couple hundred dollars a month. If one school was more expensive, but I knew it was a better fit for ME, I wouldn't think twice, and neither should you! Some other things you should think about, how comfortable are you, what is the philosophy of the school, what is the environment?