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Anonymous asked: I have a premed question for you: I have done research, decided it wasn't for me so am now volunteering at two hospitals. My GPA is where it needs to be, I am the office of an on campus Christian club and I even have a social life. I am so excited about he field of medicine too!! Still I feel as though I have no "wow" factor. I haven't discovered anything in the lab, or saved a village from a disaster... My question is do "normal" people get into med school?
I consider myself pretty normal.
I did research but didn’t have any papers with my name on it. I volunteered but didn’t like start my own charity.
So I think that normal people get in all the time because I’m pretty damn normal—most people I know are really damn normal. We’re just a bunch of relatively smart kids who love medicine and work really hard every day! :)
Doctors and medical students are smart people who work hard—we’re not superheroes. And SURE there are probably some people who have done those incredible things but mostly we’re pretty damn “normal”. :)
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