Hi! I'm a 3rd year trying to decide on a specialty. Up until recently, I never considered radiology, but I recently did a short rotation in it and really enjoyed it. My question- how can you tell, as a med student, if radiology is right for you? On my rotation, I really enjoyed the interactive lectures. It was challenging but engaging, which is something I haven't experienced on other rotations (usually I'm so bored in lectures!). I like that each case feels like a puzzle to solve. I love the fast pace, the collaboration among colleagues, and the generally positive attitude of residents and attendings. And I absolutely love how radiologists recognize a decent lifestyle as an important aspect of a medical career, and not as something to be ashamed of wanting. Is this enough to know that radiology is right for me? I still don't really know what it's like to be a radiologist, and I'm not sure how I could find out. Shadowing hasn't helped. In fact, just watching people read imaging is pretty boring. How can I tell if I would enjoy the career before pursuing it? Thank you!