Hi, I was wondering if non traditional students out there who are already accepted to med schools this year, could give the rest of us some advise. I mean, besides good Post Bac GPA and good MCAT. I have some questions here. Please feel free to add to the list.Thank you so much! - Scout 1) I've heard people say, adcoms are tired of sob stories. But several non-trad students make the career change because of life-changing health situations to loved ones. If you fall into this category, how did you address your personal statement? 2) Did you express interest in a particular field of medicine? Did you do any "specific" volunteering/research activity to strengthen your case? 3) Did you dwell into any past research experience form undergrad/grad school to show that you have the "analytical/scientific" mind? 4) Did you meet with Adcoms personally for advise? 5) Did you pick interesting recommenders who would talk about why you would make a good doctor? (i.e outside of school and work) For example: A family physician who has seen you take care of a parent/grand parent?