Well that's dumb haha. Looks fine to me, assuming that you will only be doing light review first semester, the stats classes overlap to some degree, and your social life isn't too extreme. But you know you more than I know you, so if you think you can handle it, go for it.Both are required for my major
don't waste credits on the biostats this semester. Take biochem, as you need a solid foundation on that for mcat. Save the biostats for next semester/senior year.Junior year at 3.56/3.46 (dramatic upward trend), taking MCAT this year
Organic Chemistry I no lab (lab is a full semester 3 credit class here and is taken after Orgo 2)
Molecular Mechanisms of Neurological Disease
Humans and the Environment (Bio department)
Introductory Statistics I
Statistics for Biologists
also will be studying for MCAT, clinical volunteering 2 hours a week, president of an organization and involved with general social life. Thoughts? should I tone it down?