Medical Schools Look Beyond Pre-Med to Social Sciences
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Applying without pre-med credentials
Medical school is no longer strictly for pre-med students who’ve already studied biology and chemistry. Even if you majored in a “softer,” social science, like sociology or psychology, you still have a good shot at getting into medical school. As you may already know, the MCAT now includes an …
Last Updated June 13, 2018