SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) So I finished up my first year of medschool and figured its a reasonable time to at least think a tiny bit about what sorts of careers may interest me so I could get more involved with research or interest groups or whatever. Looking back on first year, I think neurology related things seem the most interesting to me and I like the idea that as a neurology is such a broad field. Its appealing that I could be doing something related to stroke, movement disorders, epilepsy,etc. or I could be doing more behavioral things (psych was/is my primary interest coming into medschool). But on the other hand, I found the neuro related classes to be by far the hardest for me. I always felt pretty hopeless trying to learn neuroanatomy and memorizing various brain pathways. I made the worst grades in neuroscience/anatomy of any area, but probably found it the most interesting. So did neuroscience come easy for you all or does it come along over time? Quick Edit: Its not like I was failing neuroscience, in general I make good grades, neuro was just the lowest and seemed the hardest compared to a lot of people who seemed to find it easier.