<p>What do I need to do in college to get into a MD/JD program?</p>

<p>1.) This combination is extremely expensive and takes a long time, and while sufficient reasons for something like this exist, they're extremely rare. Be sure you know why you're getting into such a weird combination.</p>

<p>2.) Basically, you're going to want to pursue each admission separately. You can eventually do the actual education jointly, but your mindset at this point should be to push to be a pre-law and a pre-med student separately rather than joined together. So that means all the required courses and extracurriculars for standard premed students and taking the MCAT, along with the usual pre-law emphasis on GPA and LSAT.</p>