I'm about to write a letter of intent for my top choice school, however one thing keeps haunting me in the back of my mind. I kind of screwed up my undergraduate experience due to a relationship that carried over from high school into undergrad. In a nutshell, both of us ended up at the same undergrad, I was overly attached to him and as a result, spent all my time either with him or studying. I didn't get involved on campus for the first two years and this resulted in a lack of any real friends, just random acquaintances and after two years, it's kind of hard to just hop into someone's group of friends. Anyways, I'm really upset at myself for screwing up such a great opportunity to meet new people and enjoy my time at such a great institution. So, what does this have to do with med school? Well, I really want to go to my in-state school, close to family, but some people who were part of that "awkward/disaster" stage of undergrad may be going there or are there already. I've learned from my past mistakes and want to be able to forge close relationships with the people in my class, but I feel like having old acquaintances/roommates that I didn't really get along with in the same incoming class would make it a lot harder. This may sound silly to some of you, but I'd really appreciate any advice/words of wisdom/reasoning any of you have to offer. Am I being too paranoid? I really had quite a rotten time in undergrad and I just don't want to repeat that ever again.