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Can I become a doctor with a major in physics?

I want to study physics but I also want to be a doctor. Is it possible for me to pursue both? #physics #higher-education #science #healthcare #doctor #career

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YU’s Answer

Yes. I went to medical school in 1997 after high school without a college major. You are already ahead of me in application.
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Vernon’s Answer

Absolutely. You will, however, want to perhaps double your major with biology as your second. Reason? MCAT. Obviously, you'll want to make very good grades in all your classes, but you have to be prepared for those things that will get you into medical school.

Don't forget to take a smattering of humanities too. You will, after all, being working on humans.
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