Do well in the formal post-bac and the pre-reqs and you should be OK.Hi,
I am a career-changer and will be attending a formal postbac in 2021. When I went to college eleven years ago, I was a film major (cGPA 3.39, am aware this is low), and did not take a single science class. The closest thing was one math class, Calculus (B+). I have what I believe is a compelling reason for this life shift, so this decision is not random for me. I am currently taking a chemistry prep. course and abnormal psychology course at a community college and doing well, and will take 2-3 other lower-level science/math courses (statistics, anatomy/physiology) next quarter at the same community college before attending the formal post bac in summer 2021. My question is, once I finish the postbac I will have all the prereq's completed, but that's it. The bare minimum, except for these community college classes I'm taking now. Will this be seen negatively? Even if I perform very well at the formal post-bac, will I still be in a hole/will the other parts of my application need to compensate for this lack of science courses in my previous academic life?
Strongly suggest that you take Biochem.