I'm a biochemistry & molecular biology major... My university requires two semesters of research (one during the summer) to graduate with departmental honors. You also have to present your results/conclusions and have your presentation approved by faculty. Are these two semesters enough to get into a good graduate program for Biochemistry/Molecular Biology? assuming solid grades/gre/lor... I just transferred to a university from community college. I'll be a sophomore in the fall and I have no research experience (other than chem/bio labs). My biochemistry adviser recommended the two semesters I stated above. The research is done with faculty at the university's medical school. Is that enough? Also, I've read posts from students who say they've done two full years of research, etc.. How do you make time for a research position while carrying a full class load (~17 credits)? Is noncredit research less arduous than for-credit research? any advice or opinions are appreciated... I'm kind of worried I won't have enough research experience for grad school.