I have been accepted at NYCOM for 2000-2001. It has is my dream to become a doctor, but after three years of undergraduate pre-med stress, and not having much of a life, a seed of doubt has been planted in my mind. I would just like some feedback on medical school life. I know the first two years are hellish, but what about the clinical years? How many hours do you work during residency in non-surgical specialties like Fam. Prac., E.R., Internal Med., Psyc., and Ped. How many hours as a licensed physician? Average salaries? Any of these require you to be on call 24hrs. What is your opinion of med. school. Does anybody have any regrets about becoming a doctor? Do you feel fulfilled as a person in the medical profession? Thanks for the feedback.