After reading stats on the latest and new MCAT (2015), I compared myself to the data... I noticed a lot of the people that took the test were more driven and more focused (and still in school even while doing so). I find myself hard to become serious about pursuing medicine, though becoming a doctor is my dream. i wanted to attend a darn good school because of the resources and great opportunities, but my science GPA challenges that. And most people say the MCAT is the worst part of the application because it is so hard. I guess im' just discouraged. I am feeling low about it all. Maybe I should be a nurse for a bit and then see where life takes me?
A good coach can help, as can positive reinforcement.
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