Okay, so I'm just finishing up my first year of college (though credit wise, I'm finishing up first semester of junior year...figure that one out!). Thanks to my rather large number of credits, I had to declare my major this spring (usually it's not until the spring of your second year) though I'm free to change it for quite some time. I'm currently declared as a double major in dance and biology with concentrations in dance science, pre-medical studies, and choreography; a dance performance concentration might eventually happen if I end up with enough performing experience by the time I graduate. Anyways, on to my real question. I'm seriously considering dropping the bio major because while I really love biology, at this point, I love dance more and I'm having a really hard time knowing that at some point in the near future, I'm going to have to cut out a dance class or two so I can take plant physiology. I feel like by dropping the bio major, I'll have alot more time available to take other things that really interest me--like further chem and physics beyond whats required for a bio major. Is that absurd? Are med schools just going to laugh at a dance major applying for admission without so much as a minor in something sciencey? Thanks!