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I am an unemployed graduate student with a fair credit score, but I cannot get a cosigner.
My wife is employed full-time, but her credit score is poor. Yet, very soon, I must pay $5000 for continuing doctoral degree tuition. Oh, and my wife and I filed for bankruptcy about one year ago. Is there still any way that I can get approved for something--a personal or private student loan, and so on?

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Regrettably, I must also say that I have maxed out all of my federal student loans.

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Sorry

Not unless you can work something out directly with the school.  A recent BK will disquality for bank loans. 

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Thanks.

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Try to find some work to earn the 5K.

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Thanks.

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