Is physics II necessary for the MCAT?

Hi, I am unsure whether to take the MCAT in January or March of 2023. I am a traditional student that will have finished all of my pre-requisite courses besides physics II. I would like to take the MCAT in January because I would like to focus on completing the other aspects of my application, but I would not have taken physics II. I will be using a blueprint online course to prepare for the MCAT. Is it unwise to attempt the MCAT without physics II? Any thoughts? Thanks!

From my experience, the MCAT likes to test on physics II concepts like optics, electricity, magnetism, etc. If you’re willing to cover those topics as needed, then you should be fine. Worst case, postpone your MCAT.