I don't have the like-minded mentality and whatnot of a doctor. Not well suited that's for sure. My mom is a medical assistant and she works with doctors all the time.
You don't have to be a doctor to marry one. I was trying to be a little funny, but seriously, here's some advise from someone almost 50 years older than you. Not that I've been perfect in my decisions, but I have knowledge of the results.
Be picky in who you date and/or get serious with. Believe me, your hormones and those of any males you encounter will take over your brain. That's natural, just try to keep some clear thinking going also. Remember alcohol reduces that clear thinking to near zero. I don't know you, so don't take this as criticism. You are embarking on your mate selection process. It is one of, if not the most important decision you will make in your life. Don't let a relationship get very far if it's not with someone you are willing to live with a long time. Look at this person and try to imagine them in 10 or 20 years. Is this the person you want to have helping you raise your children? What will your life be like then. I know you never mentioned marriage, but where you are now is the beginning of a relationship.
This may sound scary. That's not my intent. You are entering some of the best years of your life. Be wise and chose well.