I noticed on the U.S. News website that at most D.O. schools your odds of acceptance, if you receive an interview, are about 1:2.7. Do you think that the odds are far better for those who interview early in the application process, i.e. Sept. & Oct.? For those of you who do not know, the U.S. News website (www.usnews.com) has some GREAT info on med schools (D.O. & M.D.). I feel that the info you get there is just as important as the info from interviewfeedback.com. You can search for the school that you want info on and compare it to three other schools. The info included shows #of applicants for the school, #interviewed, #accepted, avg. MCAT & gpa accepted, cost, distance from home and an option to go into greater detail (#in-state/out-state applicants and interviews/acceptances offered for each, minorities, women, etc.).