I was having a conversation with another premed- he's told me that he is planning to be a plastic surgeon- but he told me that he plans on telling the ADCOMs that he wants to be a FP doc. Seeing as how he is from the next town over from mine (read as: very rural) he thinks that the ADCOM's will look more favorably upon him seeing as he is "going to be a rural family practice doc". Now, I told him that I don't think they really give a crap what he says he's planning on doing (unless it is something along the lines of "Show me the money!"), since desires are subject to change once we actually experience medical practice for ourselves. His response was to do the same as he plans on doing- given that my disdain for primary care is well known both in person and on here. I have no plans to follow his advice, but what does everyone think about what I told him? I'd especially appreciate the advice of someone such as LizzyM or another ADCOMer.