So I am a 2nd year student at a DO school, and a lot of my classmates are pretty competitive and are gunning for really hard to get into specialities like surgery, etc. I have always wanted to be a primary care physician. I love family medicine, and have 0 interest in research. People are telling me how important research is, and I just don't wanna to do it for the sake of inflating my resume. I love medicine, and the clinical aspect of it. I see myself as a family practitioners, either doing residency in family practice or internal medicine. I just feel intimidated bc when i tell people about research they give me the eye. I am an above average student in my school. Averages tend to be 81-82, I usually get 85-87 on most tests, and am a solid B student. I find medical school pretty easy, and easy to balance. I just want to be a clinician at the end of the day. I also just plan on taking the COMLEX. Any tips?