I have already posted here before, but I recently got my July MCAT scores which were much better than my July. I also have had to change my schools. Are my aspirations realistic? Should I apply to more "safety schools"? GPA: 3.92c, 4.00s MCAT: MAY: 78-88th percentile overall- 509 PS, BS, - 85-100% CARS - 53-68% Psych/Soc 61-76% JULY: 519-overall- 98% PS- 132- 100% CARS-129-93% Bio/Biochem-129-93% Psych-129-93% Economics Major, Biology and Chemistry Minor Kentucky Resident Small Liberal Arts College in Kentucky Pakistani Male, but born and raised in US Senior in Undergrad Both parents are doctors Rhodes Scholar applicant. Already received university backing, waiting on potential interview invite. Trying to get Msc in Public Health so I can go into policy making after getting MD and practicing as a primary care physician for a few years. EC's University of Kentucky Transplant Center- No publication yet, but working through summer. Fingers crossed! Awards/Honor Societies-ODE (econ honor society), ODK (Leadership honor society), Rara Avis award (awarded to most distinguished Econ major in every class) Taught a month long Freshman orientation course Shadowed a physician in Cuba for a month (had special education visa. Legal I promise!) Shadowing Oncologist Put together a Hunger Banquet Single handedly put together an International Minority Violence Seminar where hundreds of people attended, distinguished members of academia in various fields came from across the nation to speak. Worked as a paid employee in Marketing Department of Rural Hospital. Got to shadow a lot of different specialities. Data Analyst for international philanthropic organization that works to cure preventable eye disease. Have been to Ghana, Pakistan, Iraq to assist with eye camps Raised $20,000 for Hazara people in Quetta, Pakistan. Taught employees in how to use excel and word in a new hospital in Iraq that family started. Worked with Lions Club international to set up an eye clinic in a rural village in Pakistan. Capitan of DIII Collegiate tennis team Youth Leader for an Iraqi Refugee Center of both Gulf Wars. Rhodes Scholar Applicant I have been blessed to have had the opportunity to travel to over 25 different countries, sometimes being able to work in the healthcare system in these foreign nations. That is definitely the focus of my application and personal statement, and I hope this gives me a unique angle in this process. LOR 1: my pre-health committee letter. Applicants are rated 1-5, and thankfully I got a 5. 90% of our applicants get into medical school with a recommendation, (anything higher than a 3 rating). A 5 is pretty rare, and is usually given once every couple years. I'm really banking on this helping me out! 2: President of World Sight Now, the international Eye Disease Organization I was data analyst for. 3: Oncologist I shadowed. School List Duke Emory Harvard Indiana Georgia Miami Toledo Alabama Florida Kentucky Louisville North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Wake Forrest Vandy UPDATED: UK (in state) UofL (in state) Toledo Cincy Vandy Emory Duke Harvard Johns Hopkins Chicago Northwestern Case Western Should I add or remove some schools? Thanks for the advice! Sorry for any grammar or spelling errors! My main concern is that I hope I'm not too late in the cycle, because I have not even submitted primaries to schools that were in the updated list.