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I think I may want to go to medical school, but I am not sure. I want to major in something science or health related that will afford me the opportunity to start working right after college if I decide not to go to medical school. Any suggestions?
I need to find a major! #medicine #medicine-education
In order to qualify for med school could I just take the required course and major in something entirely unrelated to pre-med. If so, what classes will I need to qualify for med school and what grades would I need in those classes?
I'm interested in going to medical school but if I change my mind I want to major in something that I like and would get me a job after college. #college #doctor #graduate
I'm an incoming freshman for this fall, and the college I am attending has so many opportunities. To the professionals and former college students, I wanted to ask: is it more important to get involved in clubs and organizations my first year on campus, or should I be pursuing more professional...
Also, I want to know the skills that I should have by the time I apply for my first internship.
Hey. I hope you're doing good! I am confused about my future. This summer i have to choose my colleges, and my conselour told me that if i have my goal in my mind it would be easier for me to decide which college is the right one for me. I always wanted to make my parents proud of me, so i...
I just graduated college and will be trying to continue school and I want to know good ways to build up my resume so it will be impressive to employers. #professional #graduate #resume #employment
Does anyone have firsthand experience or knowledge about what happens if someone does not make it into medical school?
I am interested in the medical field to become a doctor but I am aware of the low acceptance rate into medical schools. #medicine #pre-med #medicine-school
I understand that grades, GPA, and test scores are extremely important when applying for medical school, or anything medical for that matter. I also know that they like to look at 'unique' characteristics that make the applicant stand out, like taking a different major than the generic ones....