<p>I am a rising senior completing college apps and I have a few questions.</p>
<p>1) My intended major is something related with Business. Some colleges Im applying to have majors like "Health Sector Management". Would that be bad for medical school or is it still accepted? I know you can major in "anything". But will it harm me?</p>
<p>2) Right now, I am in between 2 schools for the most part. The first is University of Florida, which I still have to be accepted to which is tough but probable. It is nationally renowned, has a very good Pre-Med program, but I don't know if I would like it there. Im visiting next week. Also, I'm tired of being alongside ultracompetitive people which is what I would have at UF.
Option 2 is UCF in Orlando. Up and coming University but now as well known right now. They offer a 7 year program but you have to major in a Biomedical Science which I wouldn't want to do. So does going to a "not so good" University deter you from making it to medical school? Or is a 3.8 from UCF the same as a 3.8 from UF?
Also, Orlando would allow me to get more shadowing opportunities as well as reffing which is a passion of mine.</p>
<p>3) Does Honors matter? I would be in Honors at UCF but not at UF</p>
<p>4) Does where you go to school matter to a doctor? Or is a doctor from a so-so University as well off as a doctor from Harvard in the long run as long as he is a good doctor?
Please let me know what you guys think.</p>