I don't think I am nontraditional, just a bit different I pushed my dream of becoming a doctor out of my head when I started college because I didn't want to be in school that long and I didn't want to be working that many hours. After 1.5 years of college, I was reintroduced to my dream and realized I can't imagine doing anything else. I'm transferring to Ohio State for numerous reasons and the long story short is that I can't thrive at a school I am unhappy at. Therefore, I'm going to Ohio State where I know I'll be happy. I've decided to complete my accounting major because 1. I am half done with it 2. Doctors typically go into private practice and that means running a business. Accounting is the backbone to any business. I also know that I love science and I'd love to major in something science related instead of just taking premed coursework. So I am also getting a degree in something sciency. Science has definitely always been what I had natural talent at and a strong interest in. I had the highest grade in Honors Chemistry and Honors Biology in high school. I had a 34 on the science portion of the ACT (32 cumulative). So now it comes time to decide what science major to pick. I believe I have narrowed it down to Molecular Genetics and Microbiology although Zoology and Biology are still viable options. How do I pick? I have read as much as I can find about them, but I haven't really taken any coursework in them to make that decision. All of them provide the coursework required for admission to medical school and all of them have opportunities for research. Anyone have any guidance on how to pick a science major?... or my next couple years in general... Thanks in advance!