Why do the BMI requirements fluctuate from study to study? 28 is pretty low compared to what you usually see. If you are between say, 26 to 28, does this mean you will be secondary? And less of a chance of getting in?
That pay may sound good but look how it's divided up into 4 stays. You'd be there's to keep from February 13 through April 11. TWO entire months. And that's not including screening to start date. Also, there are travel costs to consider getting to and from. This could take away a good chunk of change depending on where you live.