SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I have the flexibility in my schedule next year to take 3 electives. I'm trying to determine which classes I could take in undergrad that would actually make things a little easier in medical school. (I know that they won't make a huge difference, but it might be nice to have some familiarity with the more challenging classes.) In addition to the standard pre-reqs, I will have completed BioChem I, Physiology, Genetics, and an undergrad level Human Anatomy Lab. Which classes do you think would best prepare me for medical school? I've made a list of those that I think might be good. With a PA and other health science programs offered here at my school, I can probably find most any class that might be helpful. Here is my list. Which would be your top 3 choices? My Top 3: Regional anatomy (cadaver dissection) Cell/Molecular Biology Histology The rest (not ordered): Neuroanatomy / Neurosciences Pathophysiology Immunology Clinical Nutrition Embryology Pharmacology BioChem II Hematology Advanced Physiology (emphasis on cell and molecular mechanisms - A 500 level graduate class. I'm not sure I want to put in that much time!) Genetics of development and cancer Molecular biology of the gene Advanced genetics laboratory Something I missed ?!? Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.