I have a somewhat complex, somewhat simple question for any pre-med/post-med students. I am a sophomore undergrad, and I'm an English major. I have been thinking about medical school for the past year or so, and have finally decided that it is my one and only career dream. I know there are many other things that I could do successfully, but being a MD seems to be the most fulfilling to me. My question falls in my dilemma of questioning myself and my abilities. I have, for as long as possible, strayed away from the core sciences (i.e.. Chemistry, Biology and Physics.) I have what I believe to be a misconception that I dislike sciences. However, I realize that I haven't given them a fully deserved chance. I am wondering what advice anyone would for me. I am a second semester English major at a public university, I have a 3.0 grade average, but intend on getting it quite a bit higher at the close of this semester. I have not yet indulged in the required pre-med science courses. I am thinking about cramming at least one of them in over the summer - if that is even possible. Anyway, any advice, positive or negative, would be helpful in my decision making process. Thanks.