Just as the pandemic hit, I was preparing for my last four weeks of my very last rotation in medical school: cardiology. However, medical students were taken out of the hospital or safety reasons and how school was left to turn the last few medical school courses we had into a virtual format. Although I was looking forward to spending time seeing patients, learning more about the field, and practicing my medical skills prior to residency, I truly enjoyed the virtual experience. There were so many interesting articles, cases offered by online platforms, and group discussions via Zoom that made the experience one I would never forget. I should also mention that given our school’s unique curriculum; I was ready to jump into virtual learning given that our second year is mainly done through a virtual format as we completed our basic science courses. But my question for you is, would you prefer a virtual curriculum in medical school if appropriate? Of course, there are various aspects that must include in-person sessions such as clinical rotations and patient encounters; but can the rest be completed on the web? How was your virtual experience during the pandemic? Comment down below!