i have a lot of experience in cardiology. many summers research, and i've shadowed and worked for cardiologists. i have a very strong desire to continue to pursue cardiology research, and am pretty certain this is what i will end up doing. do you think saying that i am highly excited by the field of cardiology and seek to continue the research i have been so heavily involved in will be looked upon favorably by med schools? or will they say hey this kid is premature he hasnt even experienced anything yet, how does he know. i mean, come on, PhD applicants in their senior year in college base their decisions to purse stuff as specific as COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE on only a few summers of research and maybe a thesis, and they're doin that for the rest of my life, so i feel like there should be no reason for med schools to doubt the fire that burns within me, but on the same token, i feel like they do anyway. discuss.