So I got into a school a few weeks ago (yay!), but I have since discovered a problem... I put down that I was planning on getting an anthro minor on my amcas. I was on track for it, until I discovered yesterday that the class I'm now taking this semester does NOT count for the minor, even though it has the same prefix as the rest of the anthro classes (because it's technically taught out of the biology dept) (what a confusing trap that turned out to be). So, in order to get the minor, I'd have to double up and take 2 anthro classes next semester to catch up. I do not want to do this, as my major's capstone class is going to be a bear anyway, I have to take 2 other electives to fulfill a diffrerent requirement, and I'd rather take a more med school-preparatory class like physiology as the final class in the schedule. But do I have to take the anthro since I declared the minor on my amcas? I don't want to have the acceptance revoked for being lazy, but I don't want to take a hellish schedule for my last semester, esp. since I still have several interviews to go. Do schools care much about minors? Any advice would be greatly appreciated... Thanks for your help. And shame on my advisors for giving me terrible advice on suggesting that class (they fell for the trap too).