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    Hello everyone!

    NYUNews.com has a nice editorial about why premed curricula need to be updated to better prepare students for changes in healthcare as well as the changes in the new MCAT test. The writer recommends more social science classes and notes the growing importance placed on biochemistry.

    We believe that premed curricula will begin requiring more humanities classes, mostly in reaction to the new MCAT test format. We, of course, would also like to see organic chemistry dropped though that shouldn’t surprise anybody.

    But what do you think should be done to the pre med curriculum and, equally important, what do you think WILL be done to the pre med curriculum?

    Best of luck with your applications!

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    Orgo should be replaced with biochem. Psych classes should be added.

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