Well, the first thing that come up to my mind is can you handle the hard courses, organic chemistry, Physics, Genetics, Biochemistry; the truth it is not. It is about the motives to become pre-med. Is it the fact that it attracts girls? Is it the money? Is it that you want to help people? Or it just challenges you? and the more important question is if these motives are enough to work hard for four years as a pre-med just so you would get into medical school then work harder for another four years to graduate in debt and become a low-paid overworked resident? the truth the answer to these quesions are dynamic because people change and there is no guarantees in life. So my best advice is go volunteer in a clinic or shadow a doctor and if at the end of the day you feel like being in that place is worth giving up a hot date or missing out on hanging out with fun friends; that is when you know that may be you should take the challenge of being a pre-med and make that kind of commitment because you might have just fell in love with the crazy hectic yet most appreciated job in the world.