Now that my app cycle has come to a close, I've been doing a lot of self-evaluation. I applied fairly broadly, interviewed at 8 schools, and was accepted to a few. Some of those are unranked, and one is a lower to mid-tier school. I came from a top 10 UG with a 71 LizzyM, graduation with multiple honors, and plenty of clinical and research experience. I currently attend an OOS lower to mid-tier med school that I'm starting to really love. However, I can't help but feel that I should have come out with better options. I really wanted to attend my state school which I interviewed for on their first interview day, but it seems the admissions gods felt otherwise. I was above their average MCAT and gpa by multiple points on each. I know I should let it pass, but has anyone ever contacted an admissions office to ask for feedback despite being accepted elsewhere? If anything, I'd really like to know if it was for any specific reason that may help me come residency interviews. My state school is where my SO lives and works, so it was heartbreaking to move away.