Is this going to be an issue when I interview? I've spent the vast majority of these 2 months messing around on my computer (guess where I'm at right now)...not that I haven't wanted to work it just isn't there to be done. I've done a few things (literature search, patient chart analysis) this summer but every time my supervisor (an MD) gives me something to do, I finish it usually in a day when I think he's expecting me to take like a week or two. It's not that he doesn't want to give me things to do but the work is just kind of hard to translate into something an undergrad can do...my doc keeps telling me that it will all be fine since I will get my letter and something to write in on my application. I'm just a little worried that if this comes up I won't have a substantial answer to offer and honestly not sure how good of a letter he can write when I haven't done that much. I was planning on finishing up around now, but since I don't want to have an empty experience I ended up extending the length of this thing for another two weeks...and now I'm not really sure if anything is going to come out of it. I sacrificed a lot of plans this summer to take this internship and I really don't want it all to backfire on me..