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First and foremost I want to go to Medical school. Now I have always done well in biology. Aced honors bio school unfortunately didnt offer AP Bio. I feel I could successfully major in bio and maintain a high enough GPA for medical school. I also find bio very interesting. Now for Physics. It is a new course for me. I just took it last year. I did pretty well, A- one semester B+ second semester. This course absolutely fascinated me. All Ive been able to think about is physics. Im out of Physics now but I cant stop reading up on Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, the Universe, etc. I have also been pretty good at math. Im in Pre Calc now opted not to take Calculus (it kinda scares me and I didnt feel ready though I had the option). So looking at it from a long term perspective im interested in Bio and will hopefully be able to do well enough for Med School. But Physics is fascinating but since im so new to the field i cant accurately gauge how i think i will perform especially when it moves to higher lvl courses. Now im not looking to make a decision right now but some input would be appreciated.