TylerM wrote:Even on TLS, interest is often left out of the equation.
With a 10-year term on a $200k loan, you'll pay $76,000 in interest.
Your payments will be $2,300/month or $27,600/year.
Thus, if you make $50,000/year, you'll be living on $22,400/year.
they'd turn that into a 30 yr, but if you're anticipating 50k or 50k is the logical assumption then it'd be retarded to enter law school, and i don't mean retarded as a knock on the disabled - i mean that it will cause your long term happiness and stability to hit an impasse.