Ok, I have only one semester left of college, and I only need 1 class to finish my majors. But I do have to go to school...and I need at least 12 hours to have a full course load. So I'm wondering what you guys think are good classes to take the last semester of senior year...I would like to prepare for med school, except I'm taking next year off to apply, so I think I might forget a lot by the time I'm actually in med school. Here are some of my options: take a basic physics class to replace my AP credit (and to get ready for the MCAT-- I'm taking it in April)...maybe a physiology/behavior/psychology class...thesis research...but I really don't know what else, or if these are good choices. Maybe some upper level science course? (I don't know any science profs to get references from, so I need to get to know some probably!). Also, since I'm taking the MCAT in spring, do you think I should just try to take the easiest class load possible, or would med schools look down on that? And should I really take a few things that might help me prepare for med school classes? Like Anatomy, etc.? P.S. I do have several upper level science classes already, including genetics, biochem, evolutionary bio, physiology, microbiology, and cell bio...so I'm not sure what else would be good to take... Thanks!