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Any tuition paid by you or by a loan, or by a relative is considered paid by you. therefor assuming you qualify for all the other reasons you can take a deduction of $1500 for Hope credit. (see other deductions for rules on those.)

The OP is a grad student and, IIRC, they (well, we) cannot take the Hope credit. It's gotta be the Lifetime Learning Credit.

jmc, proof that hope runs out in grad school
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