I have recently been bouncing around and looking at biophysics programs for graduate school, and also noticing that I need to take some non-math/physics electives for my major. All while doing this, I have started reading some biophysics textbooks. Now here is my question: Should I take Physical Chemistry (P. Chem) as one of my upperdivision non-physics/math electives if I intend on going to study biophysics in graduate school? None of my biophysics texts outright say this as a requirement; however, a few of the schools I have been looking at have noted this as a suggested requist. Anyone have any opinions on this?