SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Just had a chance to review my MSPE. Overall I am very pleased with it. Any thought on how to interpret the key "summary paragraph"? On my letter, everything in the paragraph sounded very sickly positive, including the last sentence. But after talking to a couple other med students from other schools, I just realize that this paragraph contains the "ranking information", especially the last sentence. And something like "he is a GOOD candidate for residency" may in fact mean below-average. Would anyone care to share what systems their school uses in making the determination of the adjectives used in this all-important section? (ie. what qualifyer adjectives are used and what do they represent. What's "exceptional" vs "outstanding" vs "excellent"?) Pardon my anal-ness, but I am just curious.