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I've finished my undergrad not long ago but have been planning on attending graduate school and I would like to enroll within the next 2 years. With my undergraduate education I had finicial help from my parents, however, with my Master's I will have to do this on my own. The programs I am looking into require me to be full time and I know it will be difficult to work. I have a good job at the moment where I can save up some money for college but what's the best way to take care of all the expenses I will encounter? I don't mind living on campus, etc if this can cut down on my expenses.

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