Is this for real? Did we really need to put our next years classes on the AMCAS (even ones we haven't been graded for)? I feel very foolish if this is true.I've got a related question: How obligated do you think we are to take the classes that we listed on the AMCAS for this year?
I put genetics on my AMCAS application for next spring, but now I see that it conflicts with another class that I need to graduate. I also recently found out that another class I've already taken can fulfill the graduation requirement that I was going to fill with genetics. Are med schools going to have heartburn if I drop it?
I am taking biochem, p-chem, cell bio, genetics lab, and o-chem lab this semester. I am taking molecular bio, physio chem, and biochem lab next semester.
I listed NONE of that on my AMCAS. I thought they were only concerned with classes we had ALREADY taken. Is is possible that medical schools believe that the classes I listed on the AMCAS are the ONLY classes I will have under my belt before medical school?
Finally, if I really did screw up by not including these classes, what exactly can I do about it?