Gutierrez001

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I am getting a BS in Cardio-Pulmonary Perfusionist, and I am very interested in this career. But, recently i have been thinking about medical school and I was wondering if i choose to go to medical school after i get my BS would it take my chance of getting into medical school because it not a real major. Sorry for the dumb question. thanks.
 

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What do you mean, "not a real major?" If you're getting one then I would assume it is, indeed, real.

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Doesn't matter what your major was.
 
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As long as you have the initials B.S. behind your name and you take the required courses along with the MCAT, you are eligible for medical school.
 

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Doesn't matter what major you have....as long as you meet their prereq. Iam majoring in int'l business and plan to apply next year. Im taking my prereq. right now though.
 

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What schools offers a BS in cardio-pulmonary whatever? Are you sure it's a bachelor of science degree?
 
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