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Should I pursue a double major or masters?

  1. Feb 8, 2010 #1
    Im going to apply for med school this august. I'll have to wait a year. Instead of just graduating and sitting around, I was thinking I would continue taking classes. If anything, to continue to boost my GPA and make my application look better for next time in the event that I get rejected this time. my GPA right now is 3.415

    What do you think? Masters or 2nd major?
  2. jcsd
  3. Feb 9, 2010 #2
    Masters. Your most recent degree gets weighed most heavily, and you'll start off on a clean slate GPA wise. At best, a 2nd major may bump up your gpa by a few points (not many 'cause you probably have a ton of credits already), and judging by what other people have said at this forum, nobody looks at the 2nd major.
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