Hey i've got my 2nd year exams at the moment but the other day it got me thinking back on the last two years of med school. I guess i started this thread to see what other med students, or in fact any other health professionals, think of their time in college. What do you love and what do you have a disliking for? Personally, i only have my pre-clinical years to speak about but in 1st year i loved physiology and anatomy and passionately hated biochemistry(i didn't hate the subject but the way it was thought,it was the bane of my life). This year we had neuroanatomy and embryology which was interesting but at the same time chronic as the year progressed. I guess what i have found the hardest to deal with is that in our two years we have had nearly zero patient contact. I understand that one must become proficient in the scientific underpinnings of med first but i find that it's very easy to get lost in the that sea of knowledge. Another thing i love about my course is that i have met so many wonderful international students. So thats the thread, if there are med students here please share the trials and tribulations of your medical education.