WebbsInferno Posted May 1, 2015 Share Posted May 1, 2015 Hi! Kind of a long story, I want to apply to a chemistry PhD program with a concentration in Forensic Science but I was a biology major/forensic science minor as an undergrad. I have research experience in organic chemistry because I got straight A's in ochem and my professor wanted me to work in his lab and he encouraged me to do a PhD at the time. It didn't "feel" right at the time if that makes any sense. Now, after being in my field for a year (2 at the the time I apply) I am more sure of my self as a scientist and have a better idea where I want to go with my career, and advancing my education is required. Anyway, since I was a bio major should I take the Chemistry GRE subject test in addition to the regular one to show the admin people I am capable in chemistry? I also just got through taking biochem now as a non matriculated student at a major college in my area. Online for the requirements it just says "competitive GRE scores" so I'm assuming thats the regular one. Also any advice about getting your Phd is much appreciated. thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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