MCAT after Junior Year.

 

MCAT after Junior Year

(Applying for entry in the fall directly after graduating from Drew)

1) Doubling Up First Year

First Year

Fall Spring
  • BIOL 150/Ecology and Evolution or NEUR 101/Introduction to Neuroscience
  • CHEM 150/ Principles of Chemistry I
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirements for MCAT 2015)
  • WRTG 103/College Writing
  • BIOL 160/Diversity of Life
  • CHEM 160/Principles of Chemistry II
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirements for MCAT 2015)

Second Year

Fall Spring
  • CHEM 250/Organic Chemistry I
  • BIOL 250/Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • REL 216/Bio–Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • PSYC 101, SOC 101 or MATH 117/Introductory Statistics
  • CHEM 350/Organic Chemistry II
  • BIOL 252/Microbiology
  • PSYC 101, SOC 101 or MATH 117
  • BIOL 250/Molecular and Cellular Biology

Third Year

Fall Spring
  • CHEM 360/Foundations in Biochemistry (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  • PHYS 111/Intro to Physics I or PHYS 150/University Physics I
  • MATH 150/Calculus I (if taking PHYS 150)
  • BIOL 256/Anatomy & Physiology I (recommended)
  • PSYC 101, SOC 101 or MATH 117
  • PHYS 112/Intro to Physics II or
  • PHYS 160/University Physics II
  • MATH 151/Calculus II (if taking PHYS 160)
  • BIOL 258/Anatomy & Physiology II (recommended)
For MCAT 2015, PSYC 101, SOC 101, and MATH 117 all need to be completed by the end of your third (junior) year.

MATH 117 may not be necessary for those majoring in heavily quantitative areas, such as Chemistry, Mathematics, and/or Physics.

BIOL 252, BIOL 256, AND BIOL 258 are recommended but not required for the MCAT.

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
  • REL 216/Bio-Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • Second English Requirement
  • BIOL 252/Microbiology

2) General Chemistry Summer Session

 First Year

Fall Spring Summer
  • BIOL 150/Ecology and Evolution or NEUR 101/Introduction to Neuroscience
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirements for MCAT 2015)
  • WRTG 103/College Writing
  • BIOL 160/Diversity of Life
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirements for MCAT 2015)
  • CHEM 150/ Principles of Chemistry I
  • CHEM 160/Principles of Chemistry II

Second Year

Fall Spring
  • CHEM 250/Organic Chemistry I
  • BIOL 250/Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • REL 216/Bio–Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • PSYC 101, Soc 101 or Math 117/Introductory Statistics (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  • CHEM 350/Organic Chemistry II
  • BIOL 252/Microbiology
  • PSYC 101, Soc 101 or Math 117
  • BIOL 250/Molecular and Cellular Biology

Third Year

Fall Spring
  • PHYS 111/Intro to Physics I or
  • PHYS 150/University Physics I
  • MATH 150/Calculus I (if taking PHYS 150)
  • CHEM 360/Foundations in Biochemistry (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  • BIOL 256/Anatomy & Physiology I (recommended)
  • PHYS 112/Intro to Physics II or
  • PHYS 160/University Physics II
  • MATH 151/Calculus II (if taking PHYS 160)
  • BIOL 258/Anatomy & Physiology II (recommended)
For MCAT 2015, PSYC 101, SOC 101, and MATH 117 all need to be completed by the end of your third (junior) year.

MATH 117 may not be necessary for those majoring in heavily quantitative areas, such as Chemistry, Mathematics, and/or Physics.

BIOL 252, BIOL 256, AND BIOL 258 are recommended but not required for the MCAT.

Fourth Year

Fall
  • Second English Requirement

3) Doubling Up Second Year

First Year

Fall Spring
  •  CHEM 150/ Principles of Chemistry I
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  •  WRTG 103/College Writing
  •  CHEM 160/Principles of Chemistry II
  • PSYC 101/Introduction to Psychology or SOC 101/Introduction to Sociology (new requirement for MCAT 2015)

Second Year

Fall Spring
  • BIOL 150/Ecology and Evolution or NEUR 101/Introduction to Neuroscience
  • CHEM 250/Organic Chemistry I
  • BIOL 250/Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • REL 216/Bio–Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • BIOL 160/Diversity of Life
  • CHEM 350/Organic Chemistry II
  • BIOL 252/Microbiology
  • PSYC 101, Soc 101 or Math 117/ Introductory Statistics (new requirement for MCAT 2015

 Third Year

Fall Spring
  • CHEM 360/Foundations in Biochemistry (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  • PHYS 111/Intro to Physics I or
  • PHYS 150/University Physics I
  • Math 150/Calculus I (if taking PHYS 150)
  • BIOL 256/Anatomy & Physiology I (recommended)
  • PSYC 101, Soc 101 or Math 117/ Introductory Statistics (new requirement for MCAT 2015)
  • PHYS 112/Intro to Physics II or
  • PHYS 160/University Physics II
  • Math 151/Calculus II (if taking PHYS 160)
  • BIOL 258/Anatomy & Physiology II (recommended)
For MCAT 2015, PSYC 101, Soc 101, and Math 117 all need to be completed by the end of your third (junior) year.MATH 117 may not be necessary for those majoring in heavily quantitative areas, such as Chemistry, Mathematics, and/or Physics.

BIOL 252, BIOL 256, AND BIOL 258 are recommended but not required for the MCAT.

Fourth Year

Fall
  • Rel 216/Bio-Medical Ethics (recommended)
  • Second English Requirement