I am a pre-med humanities major at UCLA and have some confusion about the pre-med classes. Unfortunately UCLA has no official pre-med advisor so I've been going in circles trying to clarify this. I have taken my year of Bio with lab, year of physics with lab, year of english, year of math/stats, but I am confused about the Chem. I have taken : Chem. 14A, Chem. 14B, Chem. 14C, Chem 140, Chem. 153A and in labs: Chem 14BL, Chem 14CL, Chem 153L (these are separate classes) So in total: 5 quarters chem. and 3 quarters lab covering general, organic, and biochem. I am not sure if I need 6 quarters of regular chem to complete the 2 years. The chem department here told me this series has been approved for med schools. This is the series I was told to take by the Career Center as well (the closest thing we have to the pre-med advisor). Does anybody have a similar situation? Do I need another quarter? Thank you!!