I am a '97 law school grad, and after several unsatisfying years as a large law firm associate (corporate transactions), I am taking some time off from the practice of law to consider other options, whether to stick with it or leave the law entirely. My husband is an ER doc and I have become increasingly interested in med school. I know its a long haul, but I would rather find something fulfilling than waste my career in a profession I don't enjoy. Being a doctor seems like it would be so rewarding and exciting! (depending on the specialty, of course). I was an English major in undergrad, so I need all the science courses. There's no post-bac program in my state (Colorado) and I'm thinking of going to CU part-time to see how I do in the science courses. Is anyone else out there a disgruntled professional who is thinking of med school? I haven't taken any science or math classes since high school and I'm a little nervous about it. Can any humanities people offer any insight or encouragement?? Thanks!