Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, Harvard premed
I was a Harvard "premed" myself and a former co-chair of the Harvard Eliot House PreMed Committee.
The key thing to remember is that "pre-med" is not a major. It's just a designation used by many to state they are taking coursework required for medical school admissions. This coursework includes: 1 year of biology with lab (most medical school want 1 semester of "little" biology, i.e. genetics, and 1 semester of "big" biology, i.e. evolution) 1 year of inorganic chemistry with lab 1 year of organic chemistry with lab 1 year of physics with lab 1 year of math (stats counts) 1 year of English with a writing component
Other helpful courses to consider given the new MCAT (and that some medical schools are starting to require these courses) Biochemistry Psychology Sociology
Hope this helps!