Seriously. Now that I'm halfway done (Family, OB, Surgery) I finally have time to look back on the past 5 months and come to full realization how much they sucked (except family...but little chance I'll pick that as my career.) So, basically, my grade on each rotation is purely subjective? That it has less to do with how much I actually know than it does how much I pretend to like that particulart field? SWEET! And I can work my ass off for 13 hours, sacrafice all my free time, and guarantee myself a mediocre shelf score, and earn myself an "S" for my trouble? AMAZING! And when I go into the hospital, the time I spent actually LEARNING is greatly overshadowed by the time served as some douchebag mid level's bandage jockey? AWESOME! And then there's my fellow students, especially certain fourth years who feel its their duty to scrub in on all the cases, give you assignments, and ask you pimp questions in front of the attending. Seriously, I get to make these future residents look good by making myself a total ass. What an honor! Seriously? F#%% medical school. I should have been an accountant.