Can someone use Biochemistry course (with lab) to fulfill the Biology requirements as well as the organic chemistry requirements. On the Scholl website it says "We believe students would benefit from an academic background in biochemistry, microbiology or other advanced biological setting" and for organic chemistry the website says "Biochemistry may be substituted for half of the Organic Chemistry requirement". So do you guys think, Biochemistry class (offered by dept of chemistry) can be used to fullfill the biology requirements also. Iam asking this bcoz a friend of mine is planning to apply for scholl. i know its late but just taking a chance. he has great GPA and shadowing experience and 8 credits in physics, 8 credits in chem, 8 credits in Organic chem (4 credit organic + 4 credit biochemistry), and 8 credit Biology (zoology and anatomy). the only problem is scholl requires 12 credits in biology and he has completed only 8 credits in bio. Thats why iam wondering if he could use his 4 credits Biochemistry class (which he is also using to show his 8 credits in organic requiremnts) in the biology requirement also. Please reply soon. i sent an email to scholl also. but since its already evening we are not gonna get any reply till morning. and you know me , just cant wait that long. plzzzzzzzzz reply.