Does a master's in a non-medical field hurt medical school admission chances?

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If I were to get a Master's in Economics (Quantitative Research/Theoretical (Physics/Psychology)... 2/3 year program or so... Assuming I have the requisite courses, take the MCAT, etc... would my chance be diminished?

Please don't mention I should skip the Economics... I am interested in it, and I think it's quite practical regardless of what else one knows.

Now, excluding the MCAT, if I were to do this entirely in Europe, would I be able to?
Answer1Aiden129Answered at 2018-05-11 04:16:09

It depends on school that which give you a chance of admission. You can visit www.rushmyessays.co.uk for knowing which field is good for you and which is not.

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