Quick question. I realize that applying broadly is key to success in medical school applications. However, even as an international applicant, I have only been able to narrow the numbered of U.S. medical schools that I would like to attend down to about 40... Obviously, some I prefer over others. At some point, the number of applications submitted must become counter-productive. There is no way you could write 40 heartfelt genuine secondary applications without the quality beginning to slip. How many schools would you consider applying to? I realize that it is important to find the right fit, but for the sake of argument, imagine the number of suitable schools were indefinite. Thoughts?