Hi this is my first ever sdn post after silently reading the forums for the past month or so... I am going to apply to med schools as soon as I can this coming summer (I am a junior with a good gpa and I took August MCAT did very well, so I assume my chances are pretty good). My one concern about my application, however, is my lack of biology classes so far. I AP'ed out of all ofintro bio and the first semester of AP chem, which has allowed me to pursue a double major in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology and Physics. I am pretty sure that they won't care that I didn't take the first semester of intro chem, since I am taking biochem and a load of physics classes that mimic the material of physical chemistry pretty well. The problem is that the only biology class I have taken so far is Cell Biology. I just got screwed over by my school's biology department since the demand for both of the upper biology courses I could use for my major was so high that I was unable to get into either biology class for next semester (so much for quality small liberal arts schools that supposedly cater to their students' needs ) Thus, when I am applying, schools will only see a grade for one biology class on my transcript, when most schools explicitly ask for 8 semester hours of biology taken during college! (They will see that I will be taking an upper level during the fall of my senior year). Will this really matter at the time of application? Or am I just being the anal premed who worries too much about minor details that are unimportant to schools? Thanks to anyone who can give me some insight!!!