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...Biochemistry and to do it in four years? Is it even possible for me to major in biochemistry if I am taking Pre-calculus my freshman year and Calculus my sophomore year. I think I have to take up to Calculus 3. If anyone wonders why I want to do this it is because those two subjects fascinate me and I want to go to medical school.
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Yes, it is hard. I'm Electrical Engineering and Biochemistry double-degree track. It's hard, but worth it. You may have to take summer classes though, and you should look into it even if you don't have to. Taking some stuff during the summer is really helpful in graduating on time an reducing stress from being overloaded during the year.
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