<p>I was talking with my friend the other day about our college plans when she told me that her advisor at USC told her to major in History in order to have a better chance towards gaining admission to Med school. I mean, we've been good friends for the past 3 years and all she ever took was physics, physics, physics and like some crazy maths. She never once showed any interest in history.<br>
I've heard of stories of people majoring in Music then going off to Med school but is this a risky path to take? My friend graduated Valedictorian from our school and she originally planned on majoring in Biophysics -believe me, she could man-handle those problems in class with her eyes closed.
Once she said that, I started thinking about my major (Biochemistry) but I think that majors will ultimately not matter in the med school's eyes. </p>
<p>Any pre-med veterans out there like to share their wisdom?</p>