i just graduated two weeks ago and i've been thinking back on the last few years of undergrad and i think i've come to the sad realization that i may have wasted the last 4 years of my life in school. i was a biochem/cell bio major and i learned some great things, but i can't help but feel that it was somewhat of a waste to ONLY major in this considering that i'll probably be learning like 50% of the material (at least the bio stuff) all over again in half the time in med school. looking back i wish i had at least double majored in something else in addition to biochem/cell bio like maybe history, poli sci, literature, or maybe even physics or something. at least that way i could say i did something else besides learn how a neuron fires an action potential in 8 separate classes over the course of 6 years. anyone else kind of feel the same way?