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  1. AUCMD2013 said:

    Auc success story attended 2009-2013

    Hi everyone,


    I am reading a lot of negativity on this forum after coming back here after a long multiyear absence from these forums. Quick recap of who I am. Entered AUC 2009 and went straight through graduating 2013. Got into Internal Medicine residency first attempt in Long Island NY. Got through residency 2013-2016. Now I am a traveling hospitalist practicing across the nation on my own schedule working as many shifts per month as I please. I have paid off my AUC loan in 12 months after graduation from residency (375,000$) by working 320/365 days my first year out. YES, it is totally possible if you're motivated to be debt free. AUC has given me an opportunity that I will forever be thankful for. Power through and you will have a phenomenal life. I am now debt free and earn as much as I want based on how much I want to work. No, AUC didn't leave me financially crippled like a lot of people are claiming. I worked my butt off and will now reap the rewards for the next several decades. Please private message me if you need any sort of guidance I am always glad to help. I do feel blessed and would love for others to experience what I am experiencing. The journey has been phenomenal and being at this point was worth everything I had to go through.
    Last edited by AUCMD2013; 12-16-2017 at 06:51 PM.
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    Doc said:
    Quote Originally Posted by AUCMD2013 View Post
    Hi everyone,


    I am reading a lot of negativity on this forum after coming back here after a long multiyear absence from these forums. Quick recap of who I am. Entered AUC 2009 and went straight through graduating 2013. Got into Internal Medicine residency first attempt in Long Island NY. Got through residency 2013-2016. Now I am a traveling hospitalist practicing across the nation on my own schedule working as many shifts per month as I please. I have paid off my AUC loan in 12 months after graduation from residency (375,000$) by working 320/365 days my first year out. YES, it is totally possible if you're motivated to be debt free. AUC has given me an opportunity that I will forever be thankful for. Power through and you will have a phenomenal life. I am now debt free and earn as much as I want based on how much I want to work. No, AUC didn't leave me financially crippled like a lot of people are claiming. I worked my butt off and will now reap the rewards for the next several decades. Please private message me if you need any sort of guidance I am always glad to help. I do feel blessed and would love for others to experience what I am experiencing. The journey has been phenomenal and being at this point was worth everything I had to go through.
    Congrats and thanks for coming back to share your story with those still in the trenches. Looking forward to reading more about your experiences.
    Doc
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  3. JimHo said:
    Nice article thanks for sharing.
     
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