...kidding! Actually, I know several of my friends who do this and they say it's just like any other extracurriculurs though they might have to do it during frequently during the school year. Just find an agency or someone who you are willing to work with on a long-term basis and be available when they ask. I think this is a great activity to discuss at the interview and most schools look at it favorably.
yeah, modeling just happens to be one of those things that are nearly impossible to balance with a med-school workload; trust me, I would know as both a medical student and an international male supermodel.
Of course the disease-riddled cousin of modeling, prostitution, is an easier yet fun way to make a few bucks on the side. I highly reccommend this field of work to all of my colleagues looking to turn an extra dollar.
medicine and fashion is no walk in the park, but you can do it. Honestly it helps me stay fit and healthy and adds a nice little balance to the medical school life. Strong abs really help with the long med hours. Stay with it, and don't listen to the haters... do whatever it takes to be the best of both worlds!