Hi all! Forgive me if I don't do this correctly, this is my first time on this site. I was accepted as a high school senior into a 5-year PA program. I was projected to get a degree in Human Bio in 3.5 years and a masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 5. I'm a sophomore now, and after doing some shadowing hours I'm realizing that the PA position just isn't for me. I'm much more interested in Med school. My cGPA/sGPA is 3.99. I go to a smaller school and there aren't a lot of majors to choose from. However, I want to get myself on the right track to prepare for Med school. The Human Bio track is only for Pre-PA students, so I have to change to something else. I am currently in Organic Chemistry with a 99% in the class and I love it. I am definitely leaning toward Chemistry as a major. My question is, would be it better to get a degree in Chemistry (possibly with a minor in Bio) or to just major in Biology? I have heard that the degree is not as important as doing well in Med school prereqs and having lots of experience. What are the pros/cons of a Chemistry degree vs a Biology degree in terms of experience, preparation for Med school, opportunities, etc.?