First off, let me issue the disclaimer that my "problem" is really a problem at all and I am extremely lucky to have been accepted to three allopathic schools. That said, here goes: I had what I thought was a great interview at 'school A'. I loved the facilities, the students, and the faculty. I especially got along with my interviewer--he took extra time to tour me around some offices that I wouldn't normally get to see (at least that's what I was told). Other staff that day made sure there was a spot for me (and lab clothes) to observe part of an anatomy dissection. I just found out I was accepted to this school. And after I was accepted, my interviewer, in addition to a formal email sent by the dean, sent me an email congratulating me and commenting I would be a great addition to the class and that he really hoped I would attend; I responded by thanking him for the email. But I have also gotten in to another school--'school B'--which is, by US news standards, higher tier than the previously 'school A', and is in a much better location (in my opinion), and I have family in the area. In other words, I want to attend B instead of A. So, what is the best way to inform this school that I will not attend when this interviewer was so kind and helpful (along with other faculty/students/staff that day)? Has anybody else had this qualm?