When you see admission statistics that show less than 10% of applicants being accepted, is it safe to assume that many applicants did not have the competitive GPA or MCAT scores and that's why they were rejected? What about the pre-med commitees that won't provide letters of recommendation unless your gpa is at a certain level. I guess my question is who gets rejected? Are people with 3.5 GPAs and 30s on MCATS and volunteer experience unable to get in to med school? How do I feel like I have a real chance when there are so many people applying for so few spots?