I am a re-applicant and am starting to stress because I have no interviews. I was wondering if anyone is or has been in this situation and could tell me about their experience. Also, any advice on things I can do would be greatly appreciated. I applied to 20 medical schools last cycle and received 3 interviews. I got two waitlists and one rejection from those. Last year I worked at Starbucks full time and volunteered, and this year I decided to do an Americorps program to improve my application. This cycle I applied to 25 schools, submitting most in late July and some throughout August, and broadened my school range a bit. I currently have no interviews. I have had a couple of people who have experience being on medical school admissions committees look at my application, and they said there was nothing wrong with my application and nothing specifically I needed to do. I have a MCAT of 515, GPA 3.81, and sGPA 3.83. I also have 500 hours of research, over 500 hours of clinical experience including shadowing and clinical volunteering. I have also done a little bit of non-clincial volunteering. I have had the opportunity to shadow and volunteer clinically abroad as well and volunteered at a free clinic last year to learn more about undeserved populations. I was the treasurer of my choir in college and worked as a facilitator for an organic chemistry study group, which is where I cultivated my leadership skills. Anyone in the same boat or have any advice?