but now my uneasiness is kicking in, especially after getting the thumbs-down last cycle combined with this being my virgin round with AADSAS.....(btw, this is another one of those "where should I apply/what are my chances" threads) My info: -international student -just completed 4 full-time years as an Animal Bio Major at a Canadian university, will be returning next sept. to finish my Hkin minor and take some courses I've wanted to take the past few years -Can.DAT: 18bio, 19 chem, 19 TS, 30RC, 22AA, 22 PAT -GPA (we get %'s and letter grades for courses, but our average is given as a %, not on a 4.0 scale...these are the conversions according to my transcript) cGPA: 80.1%/A-/3.7 sciGPA: 80.0%/A-/3.7 BCP: 78.3%/B+/3.3?->as in AADSAS' info book -EC's/Awards: Elite intramural Basketball 4yrs dodgeball (haha yep!) 1 yr volunteer/youth worker for friday night special needs youth program intramural basketball ref special needs daycamp leader (2 summers) promoted to (and currently hired as) a summertime Inclusion Support Worker at said daycamps post-secondary liason/mentor to local high school students on college life predental society vice president ~50 hrs shadowing so far, including some time at an OMFS Dean's List for 3 of the last 4 years coming out of high school: GG's Academic Medal, Integrity and Strength of Character awards + many other scholarships 10 years of classical piano training My list of schools: -BU -Case -Columbia -Harvard -Indiana -Maryland -NYU -Pacific -Penn -Pitt -Temple -Tufts (There's a couple others I wouldve liked to apply to, but couldnt due to a D in OrgChem and my school's policy on not being allowed to retake a class that you've passed). I think that covers everything. I've been reading posts like these for quite some time and while I do think I have decent stats, getting accepted (let alone an interview), just seems too good to be true for me. I got zero interviews last year from the 5 canadian schools I applied to, with virtually the same stats (minus a few shadowing hours, the integration job, and predent VP position) Any and all advice is appreciated. Good luck everyone!!!