Nov 22, 2019
  1. Pre-Medical
My plan is to start studying in September to take the MCAT in March, will I be setting myself up for success?

I have taken Gen Chem 1&2, Orgo 1&2, Physics 1&2 (both community college), and I've taken Bio 1 and genetics (my school's bio sequence is weird)

I will be working 1 overnight shift a week and volunteering ~3 hours a week.

I want to start studying this fall because I'll have extra time with my online classes and canceled clubs.

My schedule for fall is Cell bio, Biochem 1, stats, and a Biochem Lab. (12)
My spring schedule is Biochem 2, Physiology, Psych 1000, and an easy biochem class. (13)

Do I go ahead with my schedule?

I have the ability to add an upper-level physics class and likely replace stats if needed, or I could find something else to take
May 12, 2020
  1. Pre-Medical
Have you taken a diagnostic MCAT yet? That's a good place to start now so that you know if you have a significant knowledge gap or not. I would base my studying off of how far the diagnostic is from your target score.
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