I've noticed I became more bitter and arrogant to others throughout the years. I'm usually very sincere and would NEVER do anything to harmful anyone intentionally, but sometimes I just seem plain cold to some people. Sometimes I act as if I am always right and become less patient when studying with others. These are not good qualities of a doctor, I KNOW, but I guess acknowledging it would be the first step to recovery. I use to never be like this and I'm just thinking its because of our competitive nature as a pre-med student. I have noticed doctors become more and more careless in their work; only looking for common signs and symptoms and weighing patients as profit assets instead of sick people. I want to be better than they are and I've told myself endlessly, "I need to be the best." This led me to question the competence of my classmates, teachers, and even doctors. Silently, I find half of everyone I meet as "idiots." Everyone has flaws and I DO believe that you can learn from anyone. Maybe I'm not making any sense because im drunk out of my mind, or maybe im intolerant to dumb people, I dont know; but I do know this... I don't want to be an insensitive, arrogant doctor. Does anyone else find pre-med/med school change them like this?