Hello all, I have read many comments from others on these forums(particularly @Goro) talking about how TX residents are looked down upon in other states due to the high likelihood that they will attend a Texas medical school, and essentially be a waste of an interview slot unless they are a stellar applicant. My issue is that I am a reinventor (2.9uGPA, 3.85 postbacc GPA, and 3.9gGPA in an SMP (weak/no linkage, unfortunately). Based on the matriculant heatmap provided by TMDSAS, that gives me only a 6% chance of acceptance in Texas based on cumulative GPA and MCAT(511). Based on MSAR data, it would appear that most Texas schools are not that interested in reinventors. I applied to a LOT of non-Texas schools, particularly those that reward reinvention, in order to increase my chances as much as possible. My question is, is there anything I can do to help mitigate this OOS bias, or will other schools still assume I will attend medical school in Texas, even though my chances of getting an in-state acceptance are slim?