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QCan you triple major or double major with a minor while working full time on a premed track?

The premed track in question only requires two years of chemistry and biology and one semester of organic chemistry and the largest possible / child in question are political science , economics and Psychology.They overlap a lot and I'm leaning towards minoring in science work policies right now.The is full time 9-5 and I did not even think twice about not doing it not for the fact that it pays 100,000 a year, for a college student is pretty . ......
Anyone want to help me do the math here?

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#1LalaAnswered at 2012-12-02 06:10:04
Many people want to become doctors, most of them are eliminated in Organic Chemistry .
#2ray rayAnswered at 2013-03-07 08:32:08
personally there is no way I would be able to cope with all the work and stress !
#3REINY PLEASE HELP ME!Answered at 2013-05-03 11:29:09
No. If you are working full time to barely have time for one more . Taking even a second pretty well guarantee your GPA is too low to go into medical school .

And that should make the economy as it is the only one with the potential to work if not get into medical school and have to make a living with your degree.
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