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If you’re preparing for medical school, shoring up your knowledge of the “hard sciences” like biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and physics may be a top priority. And with good reason: Success on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) relies on competency in these areas.
However, just because these subjects are important doesn’t mean they’re the only fields that matter when it comes to becoming a doctor. In fact, having a liberal arts background can be a vital asset -- both while you’re in medical school and during your career as a doctor.
Here’s a closer look at five advantages future physicians stand to gain from liberal arts backgrounds.
1. It can boost your diagnosis skills.