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While interviews and testing for the MCAT are a daunting thought to any undergrad with an already busy schedule, this is yet another way that the establishment is preparing you for the rigors of graduate education. You won't be any less buy once you are in med school, and you simply have to find the time, even if it means giving up something else that doesn't pertain to your goal of getting in to med school. As far as energy, you must sleep well, eat healthy, and consider whether your lack of energy is from fatigue of a physical sort or if it is mental in nature. Would need to more about how that is affecting you....