I am starting my sophomore undergrad year in less than a week and was looking forward to honors physics the next two semesters. Unfortunately my undergrad advisor (as well as my microbiology professor) informed me that in order to keep my standing as a 'premedical proffessions student' that he strongly encourages us to take calculus-based physics opposed to normal general physics. He pretty much shot down any effort from me to continue taking normal physics, even though I warned him that medical schools generally don't care about calculus based physics as those types of questions aren't on the MCAT. Your thoughts? Should I go ahead and take gen. physics anyway without him knowing and risk losing my 'premedical proffessions' status (not that it is all too important?) Or should I take the calculus based physics and risk bombing the class, as I am not prepared mentally to tackle calculus ever again?