I'm not talking about the usual stuff here, like gen chem 1/2, bio 1/2, organic 1/2, physics 1/2, calculus, and the rest of the required stuff. I've done all that. I'm talking about the electives: the "XX hours of biology coursework" sort of thing. (For context, I am applying to six MD programs in Texas as a resident.) Things I have not taken: microbiology, cell biology, histology, immunology, genetics, a few others. Things I HAVE taken: A&P 1 + lab, A&P 2 + lab, pathophysiology, a nutrition course, medical terminology, neurobiology, biochemistry. Would you still consider this "sorely lacking" considering the fact that I have a psych degree instead of chem/bio/whatnot? I'm considering nailing a few other things out as a postbacc, so maybe their inclusion as "future coursework" on my TMDSAS would be beneficial; I'm just not sure if I'll actually be able to take them. What say you?