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Multiple Major Changes

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by jbak, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. jbak

    jbak

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    Hey just got a quick question about multiple majors being listed on my transcript. So I got into college as a biochem major and realized quickly that I did not want to major in this so i switched to physiological sciences. Sophomore year came a long and I decided neuroscience was interesting and so i switched from phy sci to neurosci. Finally at the end of the sophomore year I realized that i just wanted to be a general bio major that way I can dabble in everything (bio majors can take classes in a lot of life science areas at my school). This is because I came to the conclusion that I wanted to be a dentist and thus my major in undergrad wasn't that important and I wanted the broadest major so I could get experience in every area. I just saw that they listed all my major changes on my transcript (Biochem to physci to neuro to bio) Do all these different majors look bad? I did not take any classes specific to any of my majors and just switched so many times because there was no consequence and it took me a while to realize what I wanted to do( no classes taken in a major means no units that go to waste). Any help would be appreciated.
  2. SpaceCake

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    You only need to list the major you are graduating with or graduated with. You should be fine.

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