So I'm currently in my second year doing biomedical engineering. I want to study physics in grad school, but am at an impasse. I can't do a physics minor because there is no space in my schedule, and I can only petition one physics course to fulfill my engineering electives. So I am debating switching to physics. However, this would require an internal transfer, and I have not fulfilled the some of the requirements they need. For example, they say student should have taken a course on waves and optics, as well as circuits by their fourth semester, which I have not done. There is no guarantee they will accept my internal transfer application. If I want to take the physics GRE, I need to know classical dynamics, stat thermo, and quantum mech. Many of these courses are co- or prerequisites, and I can't take all the necessary courses. Also, from what I have looked up, many grad schools want a year of quantum mechanics. I currently do research (a lot) in a BME lab that is close to biophysics, and I should be able to get my name on at least 2 papers by the time I graduate so I have that going for me. But what can I do about preparing for the GRE?