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You basically cannot refinance educational loans. You can consoliate and lock in your variable rate ones, that's about it.

That's what I figured.

There is something ironic about having to take out loans at a high interest rate to get an education because the economy is rocking, and then having to pay back that high interest rate when the economy is down.

Yep. Doesn't sit real well, but I guess there's nothing to be done about it. Thanks.
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