Hi. I am a recent high school graduate and am entering into a Top 50 university next year. I am definitely going to do pre-med and will probably try to apply to medical school, but I want to study Aerospace Engineering. The problem is, I have a very intelligent non-pre-med brother who just finished his second year of Aerospace Engineering and has slumped down to a 3.3 cummulative GPA, a low GPA which would be pretty difficult to raise. It is going to be quite a bit harder for me since I have the extra pre-med classes (although I am really only worried about Orgo... I took AP Chemistry and Physics and Calculus and did pretty well in them, although no credits will be used). My parents and teachers have advised me against this route, going so far as to say that I will pull two "majors" (premed ain't a major) only to succeed in neither and fail and become unemployment-line fodder. Is this a bad idea? http://www6.miami.edu/umbulletin/und/eng/mech.htm#aerocurr And how would I fit pre-med into an extensive AE course plan? I am willing to do summer semesters. Especially for Orgo.