We report on the impact of anisotropy to tokamak plasma configuration and stability. Our focus is on analysis of the impact of anisotropy on ITER pre-fusion power operation 5 MA, B = 1.8 T ICRH scenarios. To model ITER scenarios remapping tools are developed to distinguish the impact of pressure anisotropy from the change in magnetic geometry caused by an anisotropy-modified current profile. The remappings iterate the anisotropy-modified current-density profile to produce the sameqprofile with matched thermal energy. The analysis is a step toward equilibria that are kinetically self-consistent for a prescribed scenario. We find characteristic detachment of flux surfaces from pressure surfaces and an outboard (inboard) shift of peak density for T-parallel to > T-perpendicular to (T-parallel to < T-perpendicular to). Differences in the poloidal current profile are evident, albeit not as pronounced as for the spherical tokamak. We find that the incompressional continuum is largely unchanged in the presence of anisotropy and the mode structure of gap modes is largely unchanged. The compressional branch however exhibits significant differences in the continuum. We report on the implication of these modifications.