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Neuroscience or Biochemistry major for Med School?

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Default Neuroscience or Biochemistry major for Med School?



i am a junior and was wondering which would help me out through the path of Med school as well as help me understand the material of the MCAT.

please don give me that crap "60% of philosophy majors go to med school" i know that already but want to know which would help me in the long way for succeeding in Med school as well as the MCAT.

I am more interested in Neuroscience, but, feel it won't help me with becoming a pediatrician.
Physical Science = Physics and Chem?
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If you're more interested in Neuroscience, do that. Me, personally, I can't decide whether I want to go to Medical School, get a Ph.D. in Biology, Math or History.

As such, I'll just major in General Biology and make a decision later.

Basically, the MCAT has four sections, Physical Science, Verbal Reasoning, Writing and Biological Sciences.

So, definitely take a few math courses, a logic course, a few English courses and Physics.

Edit: The Physical Sciences sections has questions on both physics and chemistry.
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If you're more interested in Neuroscience, do that. Me, personally, I can't decide whether I want to go to Medical School, get a Ph.D. in Biology, Math or History.

As such, I'll just major in General Biology and make a decision later.

Basically, the MCAT has four sections, Physical Science, Verbal Reasoning, Writing and Biological Sciences.

So, definitely take a few math courses, a logic course, a few English courses and Physics.

Edit: The Physical Sciences sections has questions on both physics and chemistry.
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