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Prepping for college early?

Kzibell086Kzibell086 6 replies3 threads New Member
Hello everyone,

Im a sophomore going into junior from the US. Iv decided to follow in my fathers footsteps and try to take on a medical pathway.

What exactly is the prerequisites needed for med school?

The school year is pretty much over for me this year... just basic assignments that are due at the end of the week. Id love to take up some individual studying that would better prepare me for a pre-medical college experience. Any advice on topics or courses?
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  • virgosunvirgosun 28 replies9 threads Junior Member
    Well, as a pre-med student at a college you can generally major in anything, but you need to complete certain courses to be eligible for med school admission. This generally includes biology, chem, orgo, and physics classes. You should research online if you want to figure out the specific classes.
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