I'm just curious. I knew med school was going to be demanding. However, I never knew I'd actually be worried about an upcoming anatomy exam as if it were the plague (thank goodness anatomy is over though, now it's all biochem and other sciences). I never knew I had so little "free" time to waste time. It's almost as if everything else seems so preciosus now, like taking the time to cook, reading, etc. I never knew I'd have such self-doubt and feel like I'm not smart enough. I never knew that even if I study every day, all day, I could still barely pass (sometimes not). I never knew that my emotions could change like the direction of the wind (I'll be happy one hour, and then worrying another hour). Sorry, perhaps I'm being pessimistic. I do enjoy many aspects of med schoool. I've met great people, and did fun things here and there (clubbing, sky diving, etc..) I'm just wondering do any of you feel the same way? What are some other statements that you could add to "I never knew that......"