My present title, I only retain mostly based on the skills I learned medical field. Just in case it might look a little silly. I worked side by side with a graduate of pre med. I asked him why he was working in the surgery center with us. He said he needed volunteer medical experience in order to be a better applicant for medical school. The best thing you can do right now for the MCAT, is get the study guide before you even start pre med. That will give you clues on what classes you may need to take. Some of the best doctors that I have worked with, were the ones who were nurses or paramedics first. The book, “Do You” by, Russel Simmons, can be very inspirational on how to be successful in jobs and careers.