According to an article I read, TERI had too many loans in default. Since many of their loans were to students at second and third tier island medical schools, that have high attrition rates and thus high default rates. These students are not very good bets.
Certain schools like this one no doubt take marginal students with little hope of success in passing medical school or the step 1 exam to continue their education.
If you are wishing for a sugar daddy, I doubt a millionaire or billionaire would waste time on a poor bet, that is how they got rich. The question is would you bet $150,000 on you? If you lost would you pay your debt back?
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I call it like I see it. I am not paid by ValueMD or any school. Nor do I recruit for any school.