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Sorry to say but the answer is no.
Unlike law schools that offer night or weekend classes to full-time employees, medical schools don’t offer that luxury.
It’s either commit 100% or drop out. Having said that you can still help out with the finances by availing of scholarships or getting part-time jobs ONLY during your summer vacations.
Working while studying, on the other hand, is downright suicidal. Even the brightest full-time students are already struggling to pass their subjects; how much worse if you’re a working medical student?
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