I'm a post-bacc, taking the required courses for medical school, and have a B.A. in economics. We have mandatory advising at my university, and my advisor told me it's possible to get a B.S. in Biochemistry in 3 semesters. Three semesters is good timing, because after next semester, I am going to apply, so right after I get my degree, theoretically I'll be entering medical school. I only have one more class to take to satisfy my medical School prerequisites, so I was planning to stop taking classes and find a job after the upcoming semester, since I'm utterly broke now. God bless my parents for helping me out, but I told them to only help me financially until I am finished with my pre-req's. Is it beneficial to complete the B.S. in biochemistry? Even though the timing is good, I won't be able to write that I have a bachelor's in biochemistry on my application...only that I'm pursuing it. I guess in a nutshell, I'm asking, will a bachelor's degree in biochemistry enhance my chances to enter medical school?