Philosophy and Classical Studies
Double-majoring in Philosophy and Classics may quite possibly be the best preparation for LSAT or GRE that college has to offer (on LSAT, Philosophers score an average of 157.4; Classicists 159.8). Studying Classics will enrich your vocabulary and your understanding of how language works, as well as provide you with a deeper understanding of the foundations of the Western civilization as we know it. Medicine, history, literature, philosophy, law, and political science all have roots in ancient. Athens Studying philosophy will teach you how to develop, analyze, and respond to arguments, and how to think and write clearly about important matters. The skills you will cultivate in pursuing this double major will prepare you for a variety of careers and pursuits, from academic to theological to legal to medical.
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