Ok, at my school (and I'm sure at alot of schools) our senior year is geared to mimmick the first year at medical school. We take a full year of biochemistry, a full year of gross anatomy (with the cadaver), molecular biology, physiology, etc. But still, folks in medical school complain about how crazy the work is. So is it that you cover harder material in medical school or more material or just more detailed information of the stuff that I'm already currently learning now? I guess I wonder whether taking the classes now are going to help if still every medical school feels overwhelmed by the medical school coursework.