History Major and Pre-med ?

<p>I had to change my major to history because I could not finish the bio classes on time for the biology major. I am hoping to get into med school but I dont know if my major will affect my chances. I will be able to fulfill the basic science classes for med school...not sure if I will get as much research classes as bio students though.Does anyone know the statistics on the majors that get into med schools?</p>

<p>Here you go-----</p>

<p>MCAT and GPAs for Applicants and Matriculants to U.S. Medical Schools by Primary Undergraduate Major, 2011</p>

<p><a href=“https://www.aamc.org/download/161692/data/table18.pdf[/url]”>https://www.aamc.org/download/161692/data/table18.pdf&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p&gt;



<p>All else being equal, it won’t - if anything, it will make you more desirable (set apart from the millions of unoriginal bio majors ;))</p>


There is nothing wrong with being a Bio major if that is your passion. Besides, they DO make up 50% of the accepted applicants. :wink: In addition, Bio majors usually have a lot more credits available to take many other interesting classes since most of the req’s for the major coincide with the MS requirements.</p>