Hi SDN. I'm a sophomore student, right now pursuing a science major (but I'm considering switching out to computer science just for "fun" before possible acceptance to medical school, though I'm still on the fence about it). Some of my planning has worked well (solid GPA) but some of it hasn't at all (required classes for my major along with my core - I'm fickle!). At any rate, I was also considering to get a summer abroad and a year off before medical school, so I was curious as to whether or not it would be wise to take the MCAT during the senior year of college. I have one semester left to go of Organic and Bio, and I think it might be good to put the second Bio class off due to both OchemII and my comp-sci class I'm going to take - I hear both are rough from my friends, not to mention trying to fit in Biochem and Physics later on! Is this feasible, or wise? What do you think? My advisors aren't helping me at all, acting like they've never seen anyone consider this - I would like to graduate in four years, after all.