SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I am currently in the first semester of my senior year at college. And I have decided to make a career change once I graduate. I will graduate in December with a degree in early childhood education. However, the only pre-reqs for med school which I have completed is the English requirement. My goal after I graduate is to take my pre-reqs part time while working so that I can still make money (which I need) and get my classes knocked out. However, I am extremely nervous to start this because its a big life change. Has anyone else ever had this feeling? Does anyone know of some good ways to help calm myself down? And are there any secrets for how to do well in your pre-reqs besides bustin your butt, working hard, and asking for help when the first signs of struggle appear?