I know there have been some threads on this subject but my concern is regarding a few specific schools: I have received interviews from the following schools: Mt. Sinai, Georgetown, U of Md, Harvard, Hopkins, Columbia, and Yale my secondary at the following schools has been complete since early September and I have not heard a peep: BU, Penn, Cornell, and WashU. I haven't included Stanford or UCSF(out of state) on this list because I know they take forever... Is it safe to assume that I will be receiveing a rejection from the above-mentioned schools? I sent an e-mail to Penn (one of my top choices), Cornell, and Wash U to schedule an interview because I was going to be in the area and received no response. I know Wash U is rolling and they have handed out a fair amount of slots and am curious to see how late they interview. The most frustrating thing is that we can't use last year as an example because the AMCAS was all messed up and caused severe delays. Is there anything I can do beside wait? Any info as to how late these schools interview would be extremely helpful as well as any info on how many interviews have been assigned by each of the schools. I wish someone would write a book as to how crazy and random this whole process is. I sometimes wish Deans would swallow their pride, stop worrying about matriculation rates and be fair to the applicants... sorry to vent but I am getting extremely disenchanted and broken by the whole process!