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1 hour ago, KeyzerSoze said:

So after a bit of soul-searching I've come to the conclusion that grad school is not for me. I'll have other backups for med, but grad school is not one of them. With this in mind, is there any distinction to med schools (or just in general) between a bachelor of medical sciences and a bachelor of sciences? I go to Western.

It does not matter which degree you do. I switched from a bachelor of medical sciences to a bachelor of arts and still received interviews last year. No one in interviews asked me about my program either, but that's the nature of the MMI. :) 

If employment is one of your backup options, you will probably also find that employers won't know the difference between medical sciences, sciences, life sciences, biomedical sciences, etc. This depends on where you're trying to get a job, but overall it doesn't matter and you will be fine if you make the switch! :) 
 

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