Taking the mcat without animal / plant development and physiology?

heartsink

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Sparing the life story, it suffices to say a wrench has been thrown into my perfect quarter-to-quarter plan for my life for the next 2 years which has given me essentially one of three options:

-take the MCAT in 2016 without the last quarter of my physics series (light, sound, waves, etc),
-take the MCAT in 2016 without the last quarter of my general bio series (animal / plant development and physiology)
-take the MCAT in 2017 with everything and set my application back a year

As a non-traditional student, ideally i'd rather not wait yet another year to apply. Between the last of my bio and the last of my physics, my impression is that I could get what I needed from a review course for the MCAT for bio more easily than for physics, so i'm inclined to take that option but I wanted to hear if anyone thought this was a truly damning choice.

Between those three options, what would you all choose?
 
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