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Obviously if you went to high school in that state.......,but i've heard there are ways around the system. Depending on the state of course, is it true that if you lived in that state and paid taxes for X years or went to elementary/middle school for X years you would get in state tuition? I've also heard that if you buy property in that and just held on to it(this used to work).