How will schools, mainly top 50 schools, look at science requirements that are filled during the summer sessions. I am planning on taking both physics I,II and Organic Chem I,II during the two summer sessions at U of MD and I heard that some school wont count summer classes in your sci gpa and some wont even accept them at fulfilling the requirements for admission. I am not rushing to finish and take my MCAT I know Ill get a million little haters tell me their take your time philosophy but I am a non traditional student with a two year old daughter (and she's a mess) and during the summer she visits my parents and I can really devote the time to class (although having a husband is like having another child, no offense). This will in turn allow me to take an MCAT study course in the fall and a few classes that arent as demanding so in April I will be ready for my MCAT. Oh by the way this is for next year's MCAT I am just starting out this fall with Bio/chem I and bio/chem II in spring of this year. I had previously been a computer sci major and changed when I re-enrolled in school after 6yrs. Any advise good or bad would be appreciated.