Hi, I was curious if anyone here is a Computer Science and Math Major? I am not joking when I say that I am the only computer science pre-med at my school. I have only 1 friend who is a pre-med (and she is not really a close friend). I was just wondering if anyone feels this way. Also, do any of you wish you chose another major that is more relevant (i.e. biochemistry or biology)? Sometimes I wish I could just change majors... I always think at night why I even chose this major if I'll never use it ever again. Not only that, but these majors are so hard!!!! I study so much (I'm at the point that I do very little of anything else, which sadly includes extracurriculars) but I can never catch up. Not only that, but I'm such a slow and dim-witted person, it takes me 3 hours just to cover a couple of pages to understand whats going on in a textbook. It takes me 2 hours just to understand a proof of some theorem. Also, I must stay an extra year because all of the pre-requisites are electives for my majors. And of course, I'm worried because my GPA won't be goood enough due to all the these math courses (Funny, I was never good at math yet I'm a math major hehe) Sorry, that was long-winded, I just needed to vent a little. Every semester now I have always taken atleast 3-4 science/math courses and am really starting to regret my choice in majors. I guess it just shows that it pays to do what YOU want and not what your family wants you to do. Good Night. p.s. Any advice from comp sci/math majors on how to get through undergrad while still being able to get into med school would be helpful. Here is my main problem: There is so much work I dont have much time to do extracurriculars/volunteer... well atleast for me, I'm not a very quick learner so I must study so much (almost all free time) to get a good grade, how do I resolve this problem? Will med schools be understanding?