#1
I recently got into a University and because of grades/test scores etc, I'm having everything paid for by grants and scholarships. But the problem is: I need a car. I found out I'm eligible for some student loans. I was considering taking out about 3,000 dollars to help pay for a car, but I've talked to my family and they all said it was a bad idea and I'd regret it. I've heard the average college student graduates 35,000 in debt. What so bad about student loans?
#5
dont pay them back.its pretty obvious.......all it does it destroy your credit. credit is for losers
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#6
You won't be 35,000 in debt, you're only borrowing 3,000 you'll be like 4,000 tops?

Interest is a bitch.
#7
Don't get one.

Sure, my brother is a phsyical therapist now, but he's about 50 thousand in the hole.

Student loans rape you like R. Kelly does little girls.

Sure, it;s only 3 thousand but as interest builds, you owe a lot more.

Loan companies take advantage of college students by hiking up the interest rates which screws them over in the end.
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#8
Well from what I hear, it's a subzidized loan, so interest won't start accruing until 6 months after I graduate.