A fellow applicant has told me about this interview approach. One Should REVEAL to a school that it is your TOP Choice during interviews? On the one hand, this might give the adcom's relief that if they do indeed accept you, than they won't have to worry about another medical school to compete with you. Do you think this plays a small but albeit role in "accepting" a student or not. On the other hand, isn't it better to get a school to try to "sell" itself to you. Would appreciate any comments on this approach. Lastly, what if you do get accepted to your number 1 school, but than 3 months later, after financial planning, family discussions etc...You realize that you will not go to that school. Is that unethical? If it is, than maybe it is better not to tell a school that it is the top choice for you.