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I'm So Young!

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by riley290, Jul 15, 2002.

  1. riley290

    riley290 Slacker
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    Everyone here is applying to med school and just starting my second year of undergrad. And I'll be in undergrad for 5 years. Ok, just thought I'd share.
     
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    your college years will go much quicker than you think... and if they seem to be going slow, well then you're not having enough fun :D
     
  3. pbehzad

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    dont worry im starting my second year so all of us underclassman can stick together on our road to med school.:p
     
  4. riley290

    riley290 Slacker
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    Well I'm glad to know there's at least one more yung un here.
     
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    No worries, there are tons of undergrads that aren't applying for a couple of years but still browsing the forums. Plus, there are some pretty young people applying too (e.g. 18, 19 years old).
     
  6. Biodude

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    Hey, dude, don't worry. There's plenty of undergrads here. I just turned 18 years old myself on July 3 (yes, I have the same birthday as Tom Cruise :clap: ).

    Besides, from what I hear college is actually a lot of fun...if you get involved that is. I'm going to enjoy my college years, and doubt if I'd enjoy my medical schools as much, as when I'm a medical student, I'll probably be too bogged down by science classes.

    I haven't even started my undergrad yet (well, not technically). My first classes as a freshman begin in late August.

    Let's talk about how fun college is and how we're preparing as pre-meds during the coming years, shall we?
     

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