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Hello, Funny Pics. I have seen many an account come for advice and I am now asking for some as well. I am applying to grad school over the summer to start in the fall. I graduate from undergrad in 2 weeks and then my time will be spent studying for the Grad school entrance exam. I have talked with the director of the program and I believe she unofficially told me I would be accepted just based on our unofficial interview. — My question is should I go ahead and try to sign a lease near the school now? The area is very competitive and there is not much 3rd party housing for students(all university housing is filled already). 3rd party student housing is the only thing I can afford with my current job. (My schooling is paid for, but not my rent.) By the time I know whether or not I am in the program, the spots most likely will be filled, as they are every year. My lease now ends in July and as it is University housing, I can not renew. I’m worried I won’t get into the program —— cont...
@The Wolverine, into the program and will be locked in. I am also worried that I will be accepted into the program but won’t be able to find housing at that time. Just wanted to hear some opinions from all walks of life. Let me know if there are any details needed. Sorry for the spam. Thanks
@The Wolverine, I have a couple questions. First, you would be applying this Spring to attend this Fall, or would you be applying in the Fall for the following year? Second, how far away is this university from where you currently live? Third, if you did sign a lease and didn't get into the school would you be stuck with something essentially useless or would the place have value of its own?
@The Law of Murphy, First, the deadline for the fall 2019 is August 1, 2019. Second, It only opens in the fall. I currently live 1.5 hours away at my current university in the same state. Third, the only perk is that it is closer to my work as well as a major city. However, it is a part time job I am actively trying to leave to find a better paying position. Thank you for responding.
@The Wolverine, well, I can't tell you what to do, but it sounds like there may be more pros than cons to signing a lease, especially if it's closer to where you might want to work. Besides that, if you feel pretty certain about getting accepted then it might be a gamble worth taking. It might also fuel your drive to succeed on a more subconscious level. But I would go with my gut if I were you, just in general. If what I'm saying doesn't ring true or you really disagree then go with that feeling.
@The Law of Murphy, alright thank you for the help
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