I'm currently registered for Gross Anatomy (with lab and cadaver) at my undergrad for the spring, and I can't decide whether to take it or not. Its not required for my major, and if I don't take it I'll most likely take evolution or some other upper division bio class. I graduate after spring and plan on taking MCAT in May after classes finish. This is my tentative schedule as of now for spring: Gross Anatomy Physics 2 Physics 2 Lab Endocrinology (not required, not sure if its worth taking either) Evolution of Intelligence Animal Behavior Great Ideas In Medicine (writing intensive) so all that plus MCAT prep, 20hrs/ week job, and my gpa is borderline. What do you think, take anatomy? I'm afraid that it'll take away too much time and effect my performance in my other classes - which is a big deal as I need a 4.0. I have had difficulty in the pre-reqs and am also wondering if an "A" in anatomy would impress the adcoms and show that I could handle med school work? I'd really appreciate any help, thanks guys.