What is the Real Cost of Staying in School?


Posted December 28, 2017

I was thinking about the financial and human cost of staying in school another two quarters. What are the real costs I wondered. Let’s deal with the financial first. Most graduate students pay roughly $4,000/quarter. So, a couple of semesters is $8,000. With a 15-year repayment schedule at 2017-2018 rates of 6%, the interest is $4,151.54. That’s $12,151.54 more than you signed on for. But that’s only the financial part. What are the human costs? What can you do with an extra 20 weeks not in school?  You could exercise and burn some calories, go on vacation, read a book, indulge your hobby, network with others, volunteer, and improve your personal relationships by spending time with family and friends.

What are the three major reasons that Statistics Solutions can help you?
(1) We have a seasoned team that works side-by-side with you. Our help will expedite your time-to-graduation.
(2) Our core expertise are quantitative and qualitative dissertations. What that means is, we have expertise in every subsection of each chapter, IRB, and prospectus, so you confidently move forward.
(3) We have a process that’s shown a 99.8% success rate, 0% interest, and we allow ample time for revisions. That is as close to a guarantee and affordability as one can get.

As Americans, we’re pretty much free to choose the lives we live and responsible for how we spend our time. At Statistics Solutions, we have a great understanding of dissertations and a plan to help you to achieve your goals. Choose to learn more about our services and how to partner with us.

Have a wonderful 2018!

Best, James Lani, PhD


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