Hey guys. I have a quick question. I am a junior at WVU and am pursuing a BS in Biology. I am also applying to med school next year. I am currently taking Anatomy Physiology, Organic Chem 2, Human Nutrition, and 3 other courses that have nothing to do with science. Although this may seem like a light course load, I am still putting in 4-6 hours a day. My friends like to give me a hard time about studying so much, but they are all business majors. On one occasion, a friend told me that if I have to study that much to get A's now, how do I think I am going to be able to make it in med school. I am just wondering if you guys think this is BS or if it really is a good indication of my future ability in med school. Basically what I am asking is that if I have to study non stop now, as an undergrad, does that mean that there is no way I can cut it in med school? I am applying to NYU, BU, WVU, Marshall U, Brown, Georgetown, and a couple others that I have not chosen yet. I have a 3.95GPA and lots of hands on OR volunteer experience. Thanks guys!