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I am currently in the process of applying to pharmacy school. I have been interviewed to 2 schools already and have more to come. The issue is that traveling has some expenses especially when most of them are out of state like in ohio or NY. Im running low on cash and I have 2 credit card statements from Sears and Costco totaling around $1700 together. I currently have $2500. I work-part time making about $900 a month with rent $430. I am getting a federal pell grant in February of $2700 with tuition fee waved for city college. I was wandering if I should pay the minimum balance for 3 months and then pay it off in February so that I can save money for traveling and making deposits for schools. Is this a good idea? Plus ill be getting a subsidized loan in march-April for $8,000 in help through Spring as well as for moving to school where i get accepted to. I appreciate any feedback.
You do what you have to do ... but have you considered paying one cc off in full, then charging your transportation expenses, so that you avoid at least a month's interest expense? (granted, it would only be a few dollars). DO NOT go overlimit on your cards, b/c that is pricey.