I am a pitt undergrad and selected AT for my major. This was before I decided to pursue med school. Going into the program my science gpa (all but ochems and calc) is a 3.67. Will the 2 full years of division 1 clinicals as a student AT, in addition to to the program's curriculum of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics/kinesiology, evaluating injuries, therapeautic modalities and exercise, issues in health care, etc etc etc, be helpful to my candidacy as a med school applicant? I do have other ECs like research and volunteer work, so assume for these purposes that I have ECs of an average, competitive applicant. is the AT program a benefit? i mean its not traditional and am hoping may stand out a little esp. because of the intensive clinical experience. Thanks!