Between medical and law school, which is considered harder?
I’m a lawyer, but I believe that medical school is generally more difficult for most students than is law school.
Medical school is at least a year longer than law school. Then there’s residency after that.
Frankly, learning all that science is harder than learning law. Don’t get me wrong: learning law (and learning to succeed in law school, which is not necessarily the same as learning law—lawyers know what I mean) is hard, but not as hard as organic chemistry, calculus, biology, etc.
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