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Overall, my experience has been positive at this university. I would have to say that Michigan is great for serious pre-medical students. The science classes are really hard, but it's worth it. When you go to take the MCAT, the organic chemistry section will look like a joke after you've survived the courses here. There are also plenty of opportunities to get involved in biomedical research. There are lots of resources for pre-medical students, such as pre-medical advisers who know anything and everything about the whole process of getting in to medical school. Also, most of my professors have been friendly, helpful, approachable, and clear in class. Of course, all schools have some negative sides. For example, some professors are too busy with their research to meet with you, but they try their best to accommodate you. I've come across a few professors who are also pretty self-righteous, but I think you'll find some at any major university. All in all, this is a great school!