I am doubling in molecular biology and psychology. I was thinking dropping molecular biology because the courses are extremely hard and time consuming, and I don't think it's a smart chioce unless I want to do a PhD in molecular bio. I was thinking of doing just psychology, but I want to get into a Neuroscience PhD - preferably macroscale involving imaging methods like cognitive neuroscience. Psychology classes are much more easier, and I think I can raise my BCPM GPA higher by just taking freshmen/sophomore geared biology courses as I already have finished up to junior year requirements. However, I am concerned about how MD/PhD programs look at applicants who earn a non-biology degree. I know MD programs don't care, but what about MD/PhD programs? Also, do neuroscience PhD programs prefer bio over psych? I have taken a significant amount of bio so far (med school requirements + 3 more advanced classes). There is a significant portion of biological psychology and macroscale neuroscience courses in the Psych department, but it is not exactly as bio concentrated as like bioengineering. What do you guys think?