Hey, I'm kind of torn right now. Any opinion would help me right now, so I'd greatly appreciate your input. I started scientific research through a competitive undergrad program at my school, the summer after my freshmen year, and I somehow was able to land it with an amazing professor. One of the other undergrads I worked with, who applied to med school and got in, told me that "Whatever he (our P.I.) signs his name on, is gold." So I continued research up until now, the end of the first semester of my sophomore year. I received academic credit for this research, but since I'm a non-science major, I can no longer receive credit for any research I do... so if I were to continue to do research, it would be purely voluntary work. I loved doing research, but I know that research is not something I'd like to pursue in my future... medical school is. Because I can't receive any credit and because I'd like to use any time that I would have to do other things (volunteer, shadow doctors), I naturally decided to stop my research career here, but..... my P.I. and my main supervisor have told me that my work is excellent and that a published article is really, really likely in the near future from my project. I need as much time as I can get, and especially to try other things relevant to the medical field. Should I stick to research, even though I don't look to pursue research at all? What to do? Plus, I just received a C+ in Orgo I... Maybe sticking to research might help my application? Ah goodness... any input would help... thanks.