Give me a chance to explain why I'm making a thread on an issue that's been endlessly questioned on here. I've searched and found topics on SDN and the general consensus says that it's not "favorable" to take prerequisites at a community college, and really "frowned" upon to take all of them there. I see a lot of these types of words being used; ones that don't give a clear connotation on what to expect. I didn't take high school seriously and now I'm paying for it. I'll spend around 3-4 years at a community college and than transfer to a university for 2 more years. At the moment I'm trying to major in a biology sub-major. It requires me to take ALL of the medical prerequisites to transfer. Would I be better off to major in something like humanities so I'd be able to take all of the prerequisites at the university? I feel like realistically I'll end up without a job and without an M.D. admission if I take all of the medical prerequisites at a community college. Is this true? What would you do in my situation? Take the prerequisites at medical school and pursue a biology major in which I'm genuinely interested in, or major in anything else which would allow me to take the prerequisites in a university?