The day started off way too early, 6:15 am to be exact, as we started off to go to the Twin Cities for pre-med day at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus. Parry, our student success coach, picked up the 7 of us who attended in a white mini-van and drove us to the event (thanks Parry). When we arrived at Moos tower we were surrounded by hundreds of other students, also interested in going to medical school, all from different colleges across Minnesota and Wisconsin. After we got settled in, the U of M Twin Cities provided us with a great breakfast consisting of bagels, donuts, pastries, muffins, and juice. I was so tired that I needed to go across the street to Starbucks to get some coffee. After breakfast we met in a large auditorium where we listened to panels of medical-students, faculty from the Twin Cities and Duluth Campuses, and admissions counselors talk about the application process, financial aid, and what it is like to be a medical student at the U of M Twin Cities. The majority of my questions and concerns were answered; it was a very beneficial day. I especially enjoyed listening to the medical students talk about their experiences and their journeys in applying to medical school. It strengthened my desire to go to medical school and become a physician even more. Overall, I am very glad that I attended pre-med day at the U of M Twin Cities campus. I would recommend it next year to anyone who is interested in going onto medical school.