Hello, I am volunteering, both clinically and in an underserved community, though I hate my volunteering and hate all the other volunteering I've done for med school application purposes. To tell you the truth, it's not that I don't like being in the hospital, I just hate VOLUNTEERING. I'd rather be studying, hanging out with friends, going out, etc.--anything but volunteering. My quesiton is: do you think this means I'm not going to like medicine? Of course, I'm going to keep volunteering until the day I turn in my AMCAS form, at which point I'm going to stop, never to volunteer again, but I was just wondering. And this is a serious question. I'm sure there are others out there who dislike being "forced" to volunteer as part of an unwritten rule about med school apps.