I'm 27 yo with 4 month baby. Waitlisted to my local med school this year. Need to reapply (hating the thought of studying for MCAT exam again, ugh). Recently learned about an accelerated BSN program at my local school that is tuition-free if you work at a local hospital for 3 years. Intriguing...Wondering whether this is a blessing in disguise or cold feet? [Granted I would need to get in to the nursing program and I understand they are competitive.] I've signed up to complete remaining prereqs needed over the summer and fall while I try to make up my mind.I really love my baby and spending time with her. I love that nursing could be a FT or PT career and you can switch fields, practice settings, and even practice options (bedside, research, admin, teaching), etc. Still hard work and rewarding for the right people in the right setting.On the flip side, I've spent so much time trying to become a doctor that it's hard to let that go. I know these are two completely separate careers that happen to work side-by-side. I'm just wondering whether I really want to work 80 hrs a week for 4 years in residency and then 60 hrs a week thereafter as a doctor. I feel more and more like perhaps not. While income potential is certainly greater, $100K in loans is not fun. Is there anything you might recommend to help me consider my options? Thanks, and I apologize if I sound pretentious or something.Sidenote: It's not at all logical, but I'm not willing to move for a PA program and there isn't one near me. Hence the medical school option (where I would be willing to move) or nursing school option.