<p>I'm confused by you wanting to "major in biomed... major in something biology" -- in the eschool you can only major in biomed. bio is a college major. unless you want a dual major from both schools, and as you already thought i dont think that is usually doable. even though bio and biomed are similar, what would having both really add and is it even possible (usually only 2 classes can count towards a 2nd major so you would have to take a lot of new classes, typically a minimum of 18-30 new credits, even though the subjects are so similar).</p>
<p>To quote UVA's admissions, Admissions</a> Requirements
AP Credits </p>
<p>The University of Virginia will accept AP credit in fulfillment of premedical science course requirements, provided your undergraduate institution awarded you credit towards graduation (not just exemptions) and those credits appear on your official transcript.
<p>But UVA is more generous than some, some schools do not even accept AP credits at all for premed requirements. So you either have to take a higher level class or you have to waive your credit and take the class over. Or decide not to apply to any school that will not accept your AP credit (why would you limit yourself like that). That decision is, of course, up to you.</p>