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Question by Mahnster: Is it possible to prepare for both law school AND medical school with a degree in bioengineering?
I am a senior in high school planning on attending the University of Washington this fall.
My GPA is currently 3.9, I got a 2060 on the SAT, and I have taken several AP classes.
The branch of law I am interested in is patent law/intellectual property law. And for medicine I am interested in becoming an anesthesiologist. Is it possible to prepare for medical school while gaining the same qualifications to get into a good law school?
Thanks a lot!
Answer by petlover948
To go to law school you do not need any certain degree. You only need good grades and good LSAT scores. Don’t worry about pre-law classes (although they might help you make sure you are interested). I know people who had an engineering degree, math, history, secondary (grades 7-12), English, and others I can’t think of. You can also get a degree in something specific to help with patten law (specific engineering for its counterpart), but it isn’t necessary
Prep for what else you want a degree in/to do. Then just take the LSATs and see how you do.
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