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So suppose one has all secondary apps and letters of rec in...
At this point is there anything we can do to increase our odds at an interview? What about calling the med school/sending email?

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No, you just have to wait. Absolutely DO NOT do this. That will only decrease your interview chances..
 
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You could start preparing for your interviews - it does take time and effort to develop your interview based skills. You want to make sure that you are best prepared as possible for those interview invites (positive thoughts and crossed fingers) :)
 
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So suppose one has all secondary apps and letters of rec in...
At this point is there anything we can do to increase our odds at an interview? What about calling the med school/sending email?

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So suppose one has all secondary apps and letters of rec in...
At this point is there anything we can do to increase our odds at an interview?
To increase your odds of doing well in an interview, besides practicing, consider buffing up your knowledge of biomedical ethics and healthcare policy.
 
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