So I've been at a CC for two years and started at a university (early) this summer. It's a quarter system school and the summer quarter is ending next week and I'm 4oing everything. One of the classes I am taking is "cell biology." The instructor, during lab, asked me what I was interested in doing after undergrad (I finish my degree in 2 years + one quarter but will remain two extra quarters post bac and them apply-i need more time/experiences). I don't like to tell people "i'm pre-med." I just simply tell them the name of my major.... anyways.....i told him i "want to go to medical school." I know that MD, DO (or any other health professional degree, DDS, PharmD, ect) is not "pure science." He said something along the lines of "too bad..." He then mention that "the organic professors and other biology professors will tell you the same thing." Also, when I was at the CC i worked part time as a pharmacy clerk (60+ hrs per week during breaks-and im still going to do it for future reaks)-he told me I was "wasting my time like other pre meds....." He then mumbled something about volunteerng and counting pills. I needed money (AMCAS and secondaries approaching) and it was so close to home as well I personally refuse to speak to this professor again if he can not respect the aspirations of his students. Not to mention this is the most anti social person I have met. He seems to always be grumpy and makes no eye contact while speaking. I look forward to sitting for the final exam and thats it. Luckily I will probably NOT have another class with him. I did not spend my freshman and sophmore years at a university, so I'm not really sure...but are a lot of professors generally anti medical school? If so, I'm supposing its because its not "pure science." I'm not saying there is a difference between 4year college and 2 yr college teachers...its just there are more teachers at 4yr schools.