Sorry to barge in on your team like this- I'm an Engineer right now!
But I am thinking about applying to medical school. I applied last year, but was too late (much better odds if you get applications in before the due date, don't you think?) This year I have the ability to start early.
Since then I looked into another career- becoming a nuclear power officer. Without going into too much detail, it's really cool, and I want to do it.
My question for anyone who might be able to help is: How do I know if medical school is right for me? I love school, so those 4 years themselves will probably be fun for me. I'm not squeamish in most cases, and I like working hard and being busy. Descriptions of internships and residencies are disheartening though- but I plan on going through as a Navy or Air Force doctor, which takes away things like malpractice and debt concerns.
I'd appreciate any advice you can give! And good luck to everyone with their fitness goals!
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