Hey I wanted to get some feed back from people whether getting a health carreer before medical school (specifically Respiratory Therapy) would be a good route as compared to your traditional chemistry or biology? The fact is that I want a B.S. in something that I know will be useful to me as far as the medical field is concerned. Not to offend any bio majors but I specifically know of a few bio majors that are reapplying to med school and meanwhile are working at the local supermarket. I don't want that although I am certain that is definetely not the case in many situations. I'm already in the respiratory therapy program (which I think is difficult, as compared to the normal college classes I took) and am doing rotations at hospitals, I guess this was a good route for me to take because I just love the environment and helping others. My point is, do you think medical schools will like that I already have a great deal of medical experience in a health realted field plus have fulfilled their pre-req's? Could this be the diversity they are looking for? I feel very alone in this process for the simple fact that not many people decide to go this route. while it may seem easy for some of you to give your opinion, I find it hard since I am obviously going to be biased about this. Thanks in advance!