I am currently applicant for the 2018-2019 cycle. I am an ORM Male from the northeast. I applied to around 16 schools only got 3 interviews and was waitlisted at all 3. I think that part of the issue may have been my interviewing. This cycle has been really stressing me out and I am wondering if it was worth it to reapply considering that the cycle starts soon. I have a 512 MCAT (128/128/128/128), 3.63 cGPA, 3.83 sGPA. I think if I were to reapply, I would double the schools to maybe 35-37 schools would this be a good a way to increase my odds?
Tutoring : 600 hours
Volunteer Tutoring: 60 hours
Clinical Service : 250 hours
Food Shelter: 60 hours
Community volunteering: 120 hours
Shadowing: 60 hours
Schools I applied to last cycle were:
University of Vermont
Schools for the upcoming cycle
UConn Einstein Seton Hall Quinnipiac New York Medical College Temple Drexel Jefferson Tufts George Town Albany Rowan Vermont George Washington Wake Forest Tulane Medical College of Wisconson Oakland Buemont Wright State FAU EVMS Emory Carle Nova Southeastern Loyala Rush Miami Miller Rosalind Franklin Indiana University School of Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine University of Kentucky College of Medicine Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
California North State
You have too many OOD public schools ont he list that highly favor the home team anyway, so those would be donations:
|Indiana University School of Medicine|
|University of Maryland School of Medicine|
|University of Kentucky College of Medicine|
I can't recommend CN"u".
"only" three interviews is a sign that your app is a good one.
As a reapplicant, you need DO schools on your list.