Would it be a good idea to change my major in order to help "stand out" in the crowd, especially when I have heard that neuroscience majors typically do not have good luck when it comes to med school acceptances? I am currently a sophomore neuroscience major who plans on applying to med school soon. I know that med schools want diverse classes representing different backgrounds, regions, majors, etc. Moreover, science majors represent a huge number of applicants. One of the majors offered at my school is Public Policy Analysis-Biology, which is basically 2/3 of a regular biology major mixed with politics and economics classes. Its kind of a social science within a natural science. In an attempt to not major in neuroscience and look like every other science major applying to med school, does becoming a PPA-Bio major sound like a good idea? Or does it still make me seem like another science major? I wouldn't mind switching because I enjoy both the same and I could do it no problem. Any advice would be great.