Hello all, I just discovered this site today, and I would really like some advice. I am on the verge of graduating from high school in Canada, and have yet to accept a University offer. That is where my dilemma lies. All my life I have aspired to get into Medical School and become a doctor (I'm sure that describes many of you here), and so I thought Life Science was the way to go. But now a totally different program has caught my eye - a Double Degree in Math and Business Admin. at Waterloo University. There is a plethora of opportunities within this program, and I am really enticed to accept. However, that would greatly diminish my chances of Med School. My ideal plan is to finish this Double Degree program with a GPA greater than 3.0, study for MCAT on my own time, take the MCAT, and apply for Med School. But the problem then is that many schools require you to have several prerequisites in the sciences, which translates into a high hurdle for me. What advice do you have for me to maximize my chances of getting into Med School without taking Life Sciences in undergrad (aka the non-traditional way)? Or would you just not recommend I go down this path at all and stick to Life Science? Thanks in advance!