I feel undergrad is useless. You take a bunch of classes just to get As in them... especially the premed classes. Grades are not a problem; I work hard and I earn my As. I live for the moment. I study hard for tests, get As .. and that's it. Half of them have barely anything to do with medicine. How is learning molecular biology even going to be useful later on in life. I know current doctors that don't even remember this knowledge from their undergrad years. I just work like a dog for grades, not to enjoy my classes, nothing but the grades.. this whole premed competition attitude has left me with nothing but a good GPA. I'm wary of joining clubs and social activities so they don't get in the way of my "studying time." It seems the whole medical school application process is to just pick out the hardworking students especially since the classes we take are so useless. It seems like its basically, "Alright.. you took a buncha classes, did well, u can handle the work." That's it. I understand there needs to be a system to weed out slackers and such.. but does anyone else feel the way I do?