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Andrei Vermont

This is a superflous question. You canot make a choice between options unless you find out what each of those options entails. That is what med school is for. You find out a bit about each field and then you chose one that fits your personality, abilities, priorities. This is the second most important goal of the medical school.
Before finding out about which medical field you want to know and get married to, you need to know about yourself. What kind of person you are and waht you can and cannot do for patients. That, it seems to me, is the FIRST AND MOST important goal of the medical school.

Answered 1 month ago

Andrei Vermont
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Ann Lozier

I agree with the other comment made about shadowing. Also, don't really worry about it too much right now. Most people change their minds during medical school and don't really make a decision until their 3rd or 4th year, so it really isn't important to know right now. Just do shadowing in as many fields as possible and get an idea if the profession as a whole seems like a good fit for you. Good Luck!

Answered 5 years ago

Ann Lozier
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Eva Holdbrook

May I suggest volunteering or shadowing with different specialties to give you a better idea. Spend time with this. Choose something that you are passionate about and will love doing. Do not make a decision based on the income because the money will always fluctuate.

Answered 6 years ago

Eva Holdbrook