Yale Majors!!!

<p>After graduating from college I plan on going to medical school, I plan on either majoring in biochemistry, biophysics, or molecular biology (defenitely not premed) or double majoring in 2 of the 3. Which is best for medical school preparation? If Yale offers this as a major how does its program compare to other schools? I'm open to all opinions.</p>

<p>To go to a med school, you must follow some pre med track.</p>

<p>I can't offer you advice on which to pick, but I do know that Yale doesn't offer a premed major, so everyone's gotta make the same decision as you. Also, Yale does not allow a triple major, only double majors. I'd guess that you wouldn't have to pick your major until at earliest sophomore year, unless its got a lot of prerequisites, so I wouldn't worry too much, just do as much research as you can.</p>

<p>A pre-med track is obviously important, as ivyboy says, but what that means is not a full course of study, but a set of classes. It's possible (if you choose, though most don't) to major in almost anything you want while fulfilling pre-med requirements.</p>