I'm thinking about what bio electives I might take for my major, and I was wondering what you guys thought about biochem, cell bio and molecular genetics with regards to the courses (if any besides straight-up pre-reqs) adcoms like to see on your transcript, and usefulness for the MCAT. The pre-med advisory board at my school strongly recommends biochem for pre-meds as something adcoms want to see on our transcripts, but I haven't heard this from any other source. Then again, my undergrad has a really high med school acceptance rate (90's), and maybe I'll want to take this class to earn the respect of my pre-med advisor/major advisor/ professor and likely LOR-writer, the guy who told me this. It's a notoriously difficult class, possibly the most difficult class, at my undergrad. I'm interested in the topic anyway, even though it will probably be the innermost circle of academic hell this side of med school. Between cell bio and molecular genetics, I'm more interested in the genetics class (the professor is supposed to be pretty good, and I'm more interested in this topic), but I suspect cell bio might be more useful for MCAT. Anything y'all would suggest?