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      03-18-2007, 02:26 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by just4kickz View Post
...they're community colleges...just take your classes and get prepared for your major. De Anza is probably the better choice... they get better funding.

if your planning on going to medical school, I think the UCs are... UCSF, UCD, UCLA, UCSD... but it shouldn't matter... as long as you take the required set of classes to apply to medical school, it doesn't matter what your major is, and it doesn't matter what college you went to. Getting into UC Davis for undergrad does not increase your chances for getting into their medical grad school.

its not so much of which community college you go to...its more of how you spend your time preparing for the transfer and doing well in your classes... btw med school requirements are like... 1 year of math, 1 year of chem, 1 year of orgo, 1 year of physics, 1 year of bio, and I think a year of English but it might not be that many units...



HEY... Thanks for the advice... Do you think it will be easier if I go to CSU instead of UC and than go to Medical school????