Great question. Here’s what I did:
- Take every science and math class the high school has to offer. By senior year, you should be ready to take all of the AP Classes and pass the AP tests to the satisfaction of the college you attend. I saved tons of money, and I entered college as a sophomore.
- In college, know what the premed courses are and take them. As a result of passing AP tests, you probably tested out of some of them.
- Major in something you love. Something you’re passionate about. I majored in Physics because it’s the hardest major in college. I wanted a challenge. One of my friends majored in Religion. Non-science majors appeal to admission committee, for it makes you stand out. Of course, grades and admissions tests matter too.
- Get into a reputable medical school. Do well. Learn. After med school, it’s all about your residency.