So I will be in undergrad for a total of 5 years. I have three left.I'm waiting until the end of the last year to apply. First two, at a CC. I'm reading on here and on mdapplicants, people are doing so much: lots of research, ER volunteering, summer research, shadowing, and part of clubs. This is intimidating to me. While at the CC i did nothing but work in a pharmacy part time and focused on my academics. I don't plan to join any clubs much less assume any leadership position. Being a Catholic I will attend Mass at the campus ministry but thats pretty much it. I consider myself a pretty introverted person. I have a small circle of good friends that I enjoy occasionally partying/drinking/hanging out with them...so its not like I am anti-social. My plans for the next three years are to excell academically, (not work anymore,except a bit during breaks), shadow a DO or MD for some time. I will also volunteer in a free clinic by reading books and playing the piano 3-4 hrs/week (mostly improvisation and I think leading people in song). These "EC stats" just seem so little to me. But this is truly who I am. I have no interest in scientific research at all. I hated ochem lab with a passion. I am retaking it at the unversity because I have room (even though I got B's and B- level grades)- and will not take lab. Research is part of my major (Biology/Anthropology BS). However, I will only perhaps do the minimum, and it will be social science research. I did long lab projects in ochem and biol that lasted two quarters and hated it so much. However, lecture was awesome! Well, just had to vent this. My thoughts are kind of scattered. I know.