Do you have to have a degree before med school?
for most schools as well as just to be competitive yes it is important. Your GPA is a big factor in getting in along with your MCAT score. You could try to complete a premed program in lieu of it. Either way you must complete the core courses.
Is Harvard the only school to combine college and med school?
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Does it matter what degree you study before going to med-school to be an anesthesiologist?
Which Online universities offer a bachelor's degree in Pre-med?
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Do you have to have a premed degree to get into med school?
Do you have to go to college to take the MCAT and be accepted in to Med School?
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Can you get into a dental school with a degree in business or would it be better to get a degree in biology?
You can get into med school with any degree as long as you take the pre-reqs for med school, its usually 1 yr of bio, chem, organic, physics and some other classes. Alot of ppl say that if you have a non-science major it makes you stand out a bit from other med school candidates, but make sure your GPA and Mcat scores are competitive.
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Total years it takes to get college degree and med school degree?
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What classes must be taken in Vet Med School in order to get your DVM degree?
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What type of college degree do pre-med students get before going to medical school?
Traditionally, most Pre-Med students choose to do their undergraduate studies in a Pre-Med Major (which many colleges offer). Pre-Med Majors typically touch on a variety of subjects including chemistry, organic chemistry, macro and micro biology, cellular biology, and anatomy. Although this is the more popular choice, students who are looking to attend medical school after their undergraduate studies can pursue a degree in anything they like. Typically, however, pursuing a degree in Pre-Med or one of the sciences will make you more marketable and appealing to Medical Programs.
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Is an associate's degree required to be a veterinarian?
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Can you go straight from high school to med school?
What education do vetrenarians need?
Becoming a veterinarian is a challenging job, the odds of getting into Med school are not high, and it requires a lot of education, think carefully before becoming a vet. But if you want to become a vet this is the education you'll need. Pretty much any bachelor degree is fine, science is preferred and especially animal sciences, if the university you attend offers it. You can do an additional two years to earn a master's degree, but it is not necessary. Scoring high is extremely important only the best are excepted into med school. To get into Med school you need to take an MCAT, it is also extremely important you score well on this test, it's the entrance test to Med school. IF you are excepted, congrats! Med School takes 3-4 years depending on the program and a 3 year residency, good luck.
How long do veterinarians study?
Most veterinarians have a bachelors degree before being accepted to Vet Med school. Most US colleges of vet med are 4 to 5 years of study. Some vets will specialize in certain areas of study and this will add 1-2 years after receiving their DVM degree. So all total most vets spend 8 to 12 years of study after high school graduation.