I was doing some research and came across this statement on the Harvard medical school admissions criteria:
A study at Harvard Medical School has shown that students are successful in their medical studies regardless of undergraduate concentration, providing that they have had adequate science preparation. Students are urged to strive for a balanced and liberal education rather than specialized training. No preference is given to applicants who have majored in the sciences over those who have majored in the humanities.
Harvard university is always ranked as one of the top 3 globally, so obviously this does have its benefits - in the UK so many people want to go into medics but can't do so because of choices they made at age 15-16
What are your thoughts?