I'm about to submit my Jefferson secondary, but am wondering if it's too late to be worth my $75. I'm very interested in the school, but because of a fluke (too lengthy to explain here) they're the last secondary I'm completing. They're rolling. And I'm not related to any faculty members or alumni. I've heard that Jefferson has a very political admissions process (ie, connections mean A LOT). I have no real connections, other than the fact that I was born at TJUH . . . I'm not a PA resident, I didn't go to one of the dozens of schools that they have special agreements with. I'm getting my app in late. So am I crazy to spend money applying when I need to save every penny I have? Anyone with insight into the admissions process there? And while I'm at it, does anyone know any specifics about their curriculum? Their prospective student handbook seems very vague.