Maria C’s Answer
Great career choice.
I concur with above answer. I must ad that although there is no "right" major to get into medical school, one must be practical in choosing the major, giving particular attention to such subjects/major that can increase and improve scores on entrance examinations. Many subjects can be studied as electives giving us the opportunity to explore arts and sports while focusing on the career of our choice.
In my case I chose a chemistry major with biology minor since neuroscience was not an option in my university at the time. I added electives in psychology, arts and sports for a well rounded background. This combination also got me accepted for a chemistry masters degree and I had an alternative, should I had not been accepted in medical school.
Best wishes, aim high!