As of now I have been waitlisted at a few schools and since they have no "rank" or established system of numbering their waitlist, I have come under the assumption that "the squeakiest wheel gets the oil?" I have called upon you med students to get ideas on how I can stand out from the other applicants also waitlisted. Here are some of my ideas. Believe it or not, my advisor is fairly close with the President of our college and has arranged for me to meet with him. His also on a board in affiliation with Mercy core. I have also begun getting more letters written on my behalf from various other professors. I have also contemplated making a "picture diary" of my life as I work in hospital settings and laboratory settings daily, I think it would be an asset for the admissions commitee to "see me in action." Would do you all think? I would be interested to hear your opinions.