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  1. No, thank you for this! It is a very sobering picture, but I would be lying if I said I have not thought about all of this before. The one thing that doesn't bother me is the lost wages. Money isn't a huge motivator for me at all. But everything else you mentioned (time and labour investment, emotional toll, also toll on my admittedly non existant social life etc), is definitely a bigger risk for me for sure. This is part of the reason why I'd want to do the MCAT first. It is a much smaller financial investment, and If I do horrendously, then I have my answer.
  2. Sorry for the long post. Skip to the TLDR if you don't wanna read any of it. Hopefully this isn't similar to any other posts. I've been a long time lurker, so I don't recall someone having a similar situation to me. But if there is my apologies! First some background: I graduated from university in 2013, after 5 years, with a degree in Biology, and let's just say my grades throughout my undergrad started off as hot garbage, and ended up being pleasantly mediocre. After undergrad, I got a diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences, and now I'm working full time as an MLT. Hop
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