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Weird Grad School Question (Cannot Remeber if Asked Before)

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So, my degree (Bachelors) is not technically in Chemistry but rather an Interdisciplinary degree where I minored in Chemistry. If I applied to graduate school to study Organic Chemistry, would I be at a disadvantage? Would I need to take more upper-level Chemistry to compensate?

 

I know the general application process involves taking the GRE, having research experience and applying, which I will do and have, but is earning an acceptance feasible?

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Yes, yes, and yes.  I would add that research is going to be a BIG part of any application.  I would join a lab and try to make an impression with the PI to get a good letter of rec.

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