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Undergraduate Courseload

benjaminfranklinbenjaminfranklin Posts: 37Registered User Junior Member
edited May 2012 in Pre-Med Topics
In terms of science and math courses, do you think this schedule would be appropriate/beneficial for an aspiring doctor? I know many people take Bio + Chem their freshmen year, but I feel much stronger in Bio + Physics than I do in Chemistry. Thanks for any advice!

Freshmen:
Biology
Calculus I and II
Physics
Psychology

Sophomore:
Chemistry
Statistics (one semester)
Physiology

Junior:
Organic Chemistry

Senior:
Biochemistry
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