Well, we are close to the halfway point thru the 2001-2002 application cycle (at least temporally, I think we all agree that med school admissions are a little delayed because of the AMCAS fiasco). Anyways, I thought it would be helpful for anybody interested to post a summary of the following information: How many schools did you apply to? List of schools you got rejections, interviews at, and acceptances at so far. I dont intend this to be a running tally of all programs, since we already have threads for that. Dont add on to the previous posters' schools, just post your own experiences. For the list format, use the following protocol: [School name] I/R1/D A/R2/U/W I = interview, A = acceptance, R = rejection, U = unknown, D = declined by applicant, W = withdrew application. The reason two R's are used is to delineate between rejections before interviews and rejections after interviews. For rejections before interviews, you would just leave the third field blank. Use a D if you decline an interview (even though you were offered one). Use a W in the third field if you withdrew your app after interviewing at that school. Dont post a school if you withdrew your app before you were offered an interview. Also, post the following data: your (interview+decline)/application percentage your acceptance/application percentage your acceptance/interview percentage your decline/interview percentage your withdraw/interview percentage your reject/application percentage your reject/interview percentage For example, Baylor College of Medicine I U or, for reject without interview, Baylor College of Medicine R1 Dont put any dates or anything, thats too cluttered. I will start first. Total schools applied = 23 Baylor I U Yale I U Stanford R1 Pitt I U Tulane I A Duke R1 Georgetown R1 SLU D GWU I W (I+D)/AP = 6/23 = 26% AC/AP = 1/23 = 6% AC/I = 1/5 = 20% D/I = 1/5 = 20% W/I = 1/5 = 20% R1/AP = 3/23 = 13% R2/I = 0/5 = 0% If enough people post this data, we can see how SDNers stack up against national norms at the halfway point, since AMCAS has a pretty good idea of the total number of application spots (16,300) and applicants (35,500) this year. I know this isnt a true statistical model, and there are several problems with this experiment, but lets try it anyways just to see how things turn out.