I do a bit of flying. I would probably grab all my certs for helicopters all the way to instrument instructor...Teach for a while to build my hours up...Then try and get a job flying for a hospital or police. If not that then something along the lines of a tour pilot, or a taxi pilot (like back and forth to oil rigs).
Even though it may not be entirely possible I'd probably try my hardest to become a professional dancer.... or more realistically an architect....always loved building things (queue one of the reasons why I decided on dentistry).
If you give a truthful answer I'm sure youd be fine...and ya i'd prolly not say medicine just because it gives an opportunity for adcoms to ask right after "Why not medicine" like mentioned above....don't wanna be stuck in that position!
well I am a non-traditional student (pre-dental at day, software engineer by night)... I would just go back to software engineering until I find something to spark a fire under my butt to switch careers (again)
I had this question and I said a genetic counselor. My major is psych but I have a lot of bio, so that was logical for me to say. To be honest it's my back-up that I don't even think about because all I want is to be a dentist .