Has anyone noticed that while overall students with high board scores get honors in rotations, a markedly high number of students that I know get super high board scores, have excellent research, good ECs, and LORs, but get slammed by bad evaluations in clinical rotations like IM and ob/gyn? I have heard too many stories (and witnessed) students talk about the guy/girl with ultra-high board scores and who got a very poor evaluation on IM or Ob/Gyn rotations, but got a good to excellent residency anyway. Are there any schools out there that standardized the clinical rotations, and give timely feedback so that student can improve and at least not get the "surprise" evaluation telling them that they only passed and weren't enthuasiastic or worse. . .?? The absurdity of subjective evaluations during clinical rotations makes me feel like I will stuggle to get a fair evaluation when I am working my hardest . . .