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    Hello

    I want to end up practicing in Texas and see that it is hard through Statia. My question is:

    Is it possible to do basics at Statia & then transfer to Ross/SGU/AUC for clinicals? And if so, would that then allow me to be licensed in Texas?

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    I haven't heard that it is hard to practice in Texas through Statia. There are tons of people here from Texas and none of them seem worried about it. Who told you it was hard to practice in Texas? If you have questions about it, call the admissions office and ask them for more details, but as far as I know its very possibly to practice in Texas from here.

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