There’s pre-med, pre-dental, biology, biochemistry. Then you take what they call the DAT–Dental Admissions Test. And what they’re looking for is in certain areas you’ve got to score a certain percentile, and that’s what dental schools look for. Not your grades, not your extracurricular activities, but what you score on this test. I took the–I cleared as an undergrad, took the test, scored well in it, but I decided to stay and finish my degree, and take in the rest of college life, and ended up leaving college with two degrees in biology and biochemistry. Then I went to Baylor Dental School from there and spent the next four years there. So, total I ended up spending five years undergrad, four years at dental school, so nine years. There is some ways to do it in seven years. It kind of depends how quickly you want to get in and get out.