Hi there, I'm looking at the requirements for the new MCAT, and I don't know how to fit all the prereqs in time and also fit some review time for the exam. I starting my next semester of my freshman year, and I haven't taken any sciences yet. By my first sophomore semester, I should have Chem. 1 and Chem. 2 done because of the following summer classes. I'm also going to have intro. to psych and abnormal psych done too. My college has very strong summer classes, but only have it for chem. 1, chem. 2, and orgo. 1. After my Summer classes, how should I continue? The prereqs state that I need chem. 1 & 2. bio. 1 & 2, physics 1 & 2, orgo 1 & 2, biochem., intro. and abnormal psych., and a few other classes on the side (medical ethics, statistics, etc.). I heard that it's extremely tough to take 2 major sciences together because of they consist of lecture, lab, and recitation. I also want to find time to volunteer at a hospital near my house, so I can't kill myself with my classes. I also want to find time a few months before taking my MCAT, and have to reduce my classes the semester before. Lastly, I need to work on my major by taking the classes necessary to complete it (for now it looks like Psych, with a minor in Philosophy). I want to score high on the MCAT and keep a high GPA, is there anyway to do so by fulfilling the above conditions without a gap/extra year? Is it possible to take 2 major sciences and do good while volunteering and have free time on the side? I really want to get into Med. school and I'm a hard worker, I just need to follow the right path and plan ahead of time. If someone can make a schedule of when should I take the major sciences mentioned above, that would be great. Only Chem. 1 & 2, and Orgo. are offered in the summer, none of the prereqs are offered in the winter, so mainly spring and fall. BTW I know the title sucks, I couldn't think of anything better.