Does this put me at a disadvantage?
I've always been more inclined toward biology than any other field of study. I hope to major in neuroscience in college; however, Yale's website is not very clear about whether I should pursue the cognitive science major or a major in biology. On my supplement, I chose "Cognitive Science" as my intended major, but now I'm wondering if that was the wrong choice since it offers many courses through the biology department that I'm interested in. Biology, if I'm not mistaken, is far more underrepresented at Yale than "Interdisciplinary Studies," which Cognitive Science falls under. I'm definitely not a humanities-oriented student, and enjoy lab sciences (not psychology, sociology, etc., but neurobiology)...wrong choice on the supplement?--especially since Yale is looking for more science students?