Hi guys, I know that from the very moment you laid your eyes on this thread's title, you must be contemplating upon the widely accepted belief that it doesn't matter what major you go into as long as you complete the essential prerequisites for medicine. However, for a premed freshman in community college, is it true that doing your prerequisites in junior/community college will lower my chances? So far from what I've seen throughout sdn, I have come to accept the fact that doing upper division prerequisite courses at a 4 year college will be more tolerabe for admission committees rather than doing all prerequisites before transferring. I think to make it possible for me to do all the prerequisite courses in a 4 year institutions, I will have to choose a major that has less transferable courses that happen to be med school prerequisites. Initially I was wanting to transfer to UC Davis's biological science major however the more research I did; I feel like choosing a different major with less transferable courses that happen to coexist as both, prerequisites for UC colleges and med school would work to my advantage. I'm very confused at the moment, I want to get into medical school like nothing else. Please offer me your advice based on personal experience and general knowledge; I also want to know what upper division prerequisites are.... are prereq courses in the lower division not the same as prereq upper level courses? I am lost and I need alot of guidance. Thanks in advance!