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SleepyooSleepyoo Registered Users Posts: 4
So, I know there are many post like this and I'm sorry if I annoy anyone with my question but I need some guidance!

So I'm currently a high school senior about to graduate in a month! Yey! But I still don't know what I want to major in..
I know people say "it doesn't matter what you major in for dental school!" But is this really trueeee???

I want to double major in Spanish and French because I love languages (currently fluent in Italian and English) but is this going to hurt me when applying to Dental School???!!

Any other person who double majored in Spanish and French: is it hard (can I get a 3.8+ GPA)? How's the work load?

Thank you!!!!

I'm going to Texas Tech University by the way!
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Replies to: Help me!! Dentists and Dental Students!

  • SleepyooSleepyoo Registered Users Posts: 4
    edited May 2013
    Thanks I thought abt tht too!
    Thts why I was planning on minoring in Biology! :)
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