Question #11800178

Major in Special Education and a minor in biology?

I am currently a freshmen in college and my major is special education, next week, I'm going in to switch my minor to biology. I've always wanted to be a special education teacher but one of my other dreams was to be an OB/GYN. Is it possible to have a minor in biology and then after graduation (or possibly before) go in to take my MCAT for medical school. I want to do it this way so I can have a job and have money to pay for med school. I'm thinking of going part time during the school year (since I will be teaching) and full time during the summer. I really want to be an OB/GYN because I've always found pregnancy interesting and I feel I can excel in this field. Please help me.

2013-11-14 21:47:29

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