ally14 Posted June 22, 2011 Report Share Posted June 22, 2011 I will be attending my 1st year this fall and I am enrolled in UWO's Psychology course (with plans to specialize in neuroscience). I will be taking biology during the year and then chemistry courses in the summer at U of T (chemistry didn't fit into my schedule for the school year). I am not taking physics or calculus in university but I have taken grade 12 physics and grade 12 calculus & vectors. I was wondering if I am at a disadvantage to med schools (will I still meet pre-requisites?) if I don't take calculus and physics in university. I plan on writing the MCAT in my 3rd year after completing the necessary chemistry courses during the summer. Is it a bad idea to do chemistry in the summer? I was thinking of doing all chem courses that way so they won't affect my GPA for most med schools. Also, since it's the one course I'll be taking, I'll be able to focus more on it since it's not my strongest subject. Thanks for your help Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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