Or anyone else who is familiar with the Canadian medical schools - does anyone know what it is that the med schools look for in granting interviews? I mean - I know a guy who claimed he had a 3.8+ and scored 97%tile Mcat and he did not get an interview - I'm thinking either he lied about his marks to me or he either had absolutely nothing to put down in his extra/volunterr/research/awards sketch or he wrote really bad essays (or other supplementary applications). He claimed that he checked "yes" for the question that asked "is there any reason why your transcript does not reflect your true ablities" to justify one "C" grade in his 3rd year - was this a good idea? Should we never check "yes" to that question??