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Undergrad Studies

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Medicalman, Apr 22, 2004.

  1. Medicalman

    Medicalman Junior Member
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    Does anybody have any recommendations on what Undergrad courses to take prior to Med School?
     
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  3. curlycity

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    I don't think Nursing would be the *best* choice...but I don't know what that curriculum involves in Canada.

    I think a broad background of good science courses + courses that will give you a good grip on how the world works (history, language, sociology, finance) will serve you the best - you'll be qualified for the MCAT and have well-informed opinions to share at your interviews.
     
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    By the way, in my opinion, B.C. is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Fond memories of childhood camping trip!!! Thanks for reminding me!!!
     
  5. Amy B

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    Really, take whatever interests you. It should be a time when you are learning through the med school requirements and enjoying your time through taking classes that interest you. Have fun.

    I don't think I would recommend nursing though.
     

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