Well said. If you think your stats are "low", bolster your application with other accomplishments. Then apply to a wide array of schools and let the chips fall where they may.box29 said:But just remember that stats are only a small part of the application. Clinical experience, volunteering, research, clubs, and other EC's are also an important part. I think to some degree, IMHO, an applicant must show oneself to be a leader and an altruistic person. In addition, an applicant who has low stats probably had an outstanding file with exceptional essays! I say if one thinks the stats are a little "low," then something needs to offset it.