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  1. Medic171

    Medic171 Senior Member
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    I am a social science major. Other are there any courses I should take during my senior year to prepare, or will I be ok with only my pre reqs(I also am taking biochem).
     
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    Most people say take that year and do what you love, med school will teach you all you need to learn. I am kind of torn, so I am taking some classes geared toward med school, but I am also taking a seven hour spring semester so I can lay around and watch reruns.

    Good luck with whatever you decide.
     
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  3. Mikado

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    Think long-term. Take Spanish.

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  4. Tennessee18

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    are you from MSU as in Michigan State University?
     
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    Have to give the nod to Spanish. It's almost becoming a prerequisite anymore.
     
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  6. Medic171

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    Yes I am from Michigan State University.
     

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