It's like this... I heard that you should major in something you like so you have a backup plan in case med school doesn't work, so I'm an engineering major right now. But the classes are really hell and not what I expected. I kind of half-assed my first 2 years (2nd year student), so I was going to change majors (to psych., also kind of interesting to me) and do a post-bac premed program after I graduate. How do you guys think this would look to med schools, assuming good grades in the post-bac premed program and say, 28 on the MCAT? I mean, I could get in somewhere, right? I'll go to the most sh*tbag med school, I just want to be a doctor. I've been looking at other forums and getting into med school sounds a lot harder than I thought. Thanks for reading this and any advice would be greatly appreciated.