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I got the following when I clicked on the above link.

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tony fixed the link, sorry about that http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&saf...ums&spell=1

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Here are a couple of useful links that I've found about Voc Rehab that will be beneficial to anyone either entering the program or already enrolled:

The first link debunks some myths about Voc Rehab:

http://www.military.com/opinion/0,15202,210234,00.html

The second link provides you with items that Voc Rehab will pay for as long as it benefits your education:

http://www.disabledveterans.org/2012/01/19/va-buys-disabled-veterans-ipads-and-more/

From what I gather, pretty much anything that you can prove that would benefit you educationally could be authorized for purchase by the VA.

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I have a 90% rating and have been accepted into a prestigious MBA program. I recently applied for Voc Rehab (Texas). Is there anywhere I can find a guide to what to expect in the interview and how long I can expect things to take?

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