I mean, right now everyone is kinda on hold with this kinda stuff. Good news for you is that it will take probably 2 years to finish all your prereqs (depending on how many you actually have already) before you are even ready to apply, and I HOPE this world is in a better place in the next 6 months with this virus. You should have plenty of time to rack up hours volunteering and shadowing and getting that important clinical research, but make sure it doesn't cut into and hurt your grades in your prereqs.Hello everyone,
First off, thanks for any help, I really appreciate it. I am a recent graduate (December 2019) in Finance with a solid GPA(3.85 if that matters). After experiencing different finance internships as well as a recent full time job, I lack the passion and interest to continue in finance. All throughout college and now I kept wanting to make the switch to pre-med, but felt bad since I was so entrenched with my business studies. My question is, besides taking the pre reqs needed and pushing myself to score extremely well on the MCAT, what should I be doing regarding ec's? I am from Miami, so a lot of volunteer as well as shadowing opps are currently held off for now. What would you do if you were in my position? Thanks.