kiddynamite914

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Hello. So is there such a thing as taking too many science classes? I know as an undergraduate you should be taking classes you are interested in, and I just happen to be interested in anything biology related? For instance, I have already taken Neurobiology 1 and 2 and Endocrinology. This semester I will be taking Endocrine Physiology (higher level graduate course), immunology, and Neurobiology of sleep (unless I am taken of the wait list for Lab in Developmental Biology). Will this make me seem like an one dimensional student or "boring
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ciestar

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I was a science major...
So youre kinda stuck taking a lot of science courses lol
 
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Glazedonutlove

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Hello. So is there such a thing as taking too many science classes? I know as an undergraduate you should be taking classes you are interested in, and I just happen to be interested in anything biology related? For instance, I have already taken Neurobiology 1 and 2 and Endocrinology. This semester I will be taking Endocrine Physiology (higher level graduate course), immunology, and Neurobiology of sleep (unless I am taken of the wait list for Lab in Developmental Biology). Will this make me seem like an one dimensional student or "boring
to adcoms? Thanks
No...
 

Strudel19

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I think it depends on the difficulty of your university. 12+ credits of science is very manageable at my school.
 
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