This is perhaps an odd question, but due to the program I'm in (BA/MD program at NYU), I'm going to attend NYU for undergrad and then go to NYU Med (I've already been accepted through this program), without ever having to take the MCAT. I know this is a "good" thing, but I wonder if I'm missing something. By studying for the MCAT, one puts alot of effort into studying/reviewing rather important things, that one might not be as familiar with otherwise. If I don't have to take it, I feel like I'm missing out on that. I wonder if there would be a point in "reviewing" for the MCAT despite not actually taking it. (Or actually taking it anyway, just for the experience?) (I know I'm worrying too much and way too early... but that's just the way I am.. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" /> ).