SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hello all, I was originally planning on starting my post bac full time in spring 2014 with the hopes of applying 2015. I've saved up enough money so that I'll have to work part time at most or not at all for a particular semester. My original plan plan looked like so: Spring 2014: Bio I + lab, Chem I + lab Summer 2014: Bio II +lab, Chem II + lab (this summer would be rough but i could leave out one of the labs if necessary. Fall 2014: Ochem I + lab, Physics I + lab Spring 2015: Ochem II + lab, Physics II + lab MCAT June or July 2015 and apply for matriculation in 2016. That is a pretty aggressive schedule but since I wont be working much, it seems totally doable while volunteering and shadowing. However, after reading into the changes in the 2015, I think I would definitely have to take biochem before sitting for the MCAT. But where could I fit it in? I was a psych major in college (almost 10 years go) so I dont feel the need to take the psych and soc classes. I was thinking it would make sense to take biochem instead of ochem II and then just take care of that during the glide year. Is Ochem a pre req for biochem? Will having to take biochem prior to the mcat make the 2015 application cycle impossible for me? Thanks in advance!