As I posted before, I was fired yesterday from my job. I'm bummed, but I'm also thinking this could be a chance to take the plunge. I hate the IT industry, hated every job I've had for the past 10 years, and I have been wanting to go to med school for a long time. I've been taking 1 or 2 classes and it's dragged out for so long. I'm an undergrad btw. I'm planning to attempt the MCAT in January.
I know how to get a school loan for class expenses. The problem is that I don't know how living expense loans work. I have a lot of debt and a mortgage. Dorms aren't really an option since I'm almost 33 this year. LOL
My lab partner from another class told me that with school loans you just take out what you need every day. I'm wondering how the loan system works for living expenses where, let's say, I need to pay my mortgage and car payment. I know you can't go to med school and have a job, so I know somewhere out there loans cover living expenses.
Can anyone direct me to where I need to research? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Most of all, is what I am looking to do even feasible?