I'm sort of new to the whole college thing so please forgive me. Ok, so I decided I want to try and get into medical school. What classes should I be taking for my undergraduate though? I know they should be science-related but is there a required cirriculum you must follow? Right now I'm about 3/5 of my way through an associate's of science degree at a community college. I only took this route because I had no idea what I wanted to do. It would be a lot easier if I saw something such as "The following classes are required in order to be admitted to medical school" (I know it doesn't work this way). 90 hours are required but 90 hours of what? I'm trying to figure out how the whole major thing works as well. The associate's of science that I'm currently doing has a nice list of classes that are required with all credit hours listed. Does a major in say pre-med or biology have this as well? Unfortunately my advisors were not too helpful. So what should I be doing after my associate's? A bachelor's degree of something? Again, I apoligize for for so many dumb questions.