- Aug 8, 2015
For the major I want to transfer to, I have 2 physics series I can take. They both deal with the same subjects. However, they differ in that one series requires a separate calculus supplement that is online and I assume less rigorous. The other series, which is harder, is calculus based physics. It is the same series that engineers are required to take. So for example, it would be Physics for Life Science Majors Series vs. Physics for Scientists and Engineers Series. Overall, would med schools distinguish these too much? Is one better for the MCAT? And would an A in the first series be better than a B in the calculus based series? Thanks.