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It might be possible, but I'd strongly recommend against it. You're going to have enough to worry about once med school starts. Personally, in my free time I'd prefer to be sleeping, relaxing, or spending time with friends and family rather than working. If bartending is a fun and relaxing thing for you, then you might be able to swing it if your boss is really understanding. Will they be ok with you only doing 1 weekend night a week? What if you're really stressed out about an exam on Monday -- will you be able to get off work?
If you're worried about money, don't be. Whatever you make bartending is only going to be a drop in the bucket when it comes to loans. You'd probably make much more working full time in the summer, anyway, if you get summers off. You'll be making much more later in your career, so for right now I'd focus on med school and keeping yourself sane.
Good luck, whatever you decide!
Once I saw the words special talent I wasn't thinking "modeling" was where the poster was going.
Or maybe that's just what they're calling it these days.
When you think about it models, strippers, prostitutes, they're all sex workers really. The cumulative difference between an Abercrombie model, a Victorias Secret model, a Playboy model, a Penthouse model, a porn star, and that transvestite hooker I really did pick up last weekend isn't all that much.