adcoms werent sure of an answer for this, so i wanna see if anyone else has had this experience... I'm a chemical engineering student looking to go to med school. I took a year of calculus-based physics, but there is no lab co-req. The head of cme department said that because we take a couple advanced labs for our major, med schools look past the lack of physics lab. However my premed advisor isnt so sure of this. Do you know if med schools really look past these labs because the ones I will take go beyond those? or is this something that I would need to ask each and every med school I'm looking at? Sidenote: I would just take these and not chance it, but it would mean I would be taking 4 credits of labs each semester=11 hours or lab! This doesn't really work well with the rigorous schedule of a cme as it is. Thanks for any advice!