I know the cliche "Beauty in the eye of the beholder" quite well by now. But I am wondering still, considering how subjective the interview process is, whether looks play a role in acceptance. I mean, surely, someone who is considered beautiful/handsome must get some browny points. In fact, attraction might play a role in their review of the applicant. The reason I bring this up is because one of my friends is on the adcom for a UC med. school and he was just tell me about some girl he found really beautiful.And everyone knows that people generally tend to sympathize more with good looking people. A fact that cannot be denied--of course considering personality is not an issue. Oh yeah, even in the diversity of our country, there are people who are definitely considered more handsome/beautiful than other. Opinions?