Hey all, I am a medical student who is just about to start my M2 year. I'm interested in pediatric cardiology (and right now electrophysiology so I can do procedures). I've heard Michigan is a really good place to train for this (the director of pediatric cardiology at my medical school trained there, and he has sent many other fellows there to do some training). I'm a decent student, but probably not top of the class. In M1 year, we had 5 classes you could honor and I honored 3 and near honored 1 (anatomy). The class I only passed was neuro, which I just never fully understood (though I studied very hard). No boards score or clinical grades to go off of yet so not sure what to say there. Has anyone here done training in peds at Michigan, or know someone who has? What does it usually take to get into peds there? I'm talking the whole package: step 1, clerkship grades, other things I'm not thinking of. Thanks in advance for the help, and I apologize if this is the wrong thread.