It appears there are several SDNers getting ready to interview at UCSF. We all know that it is a blind interview, but I did not completely understand what that meant until my 2nd interviewer explained it to me. The interviewers will do a write up of their interview after they talk with you and then they give their score or evaluation of what they think. (If you get two really good reviews you are admitted automatically.) Only after they submit this do they get to look at your official application. They look for discrepancies then, etc. I do not know if they can go back and amend their evaluation, etc. Thus this means you must be ready to 'toot your own horn'. It is blind which means if you got a good MCAT score - tell them, if you have good grades - tell them, if you are a leader - tell them, if you are Mother Theresa - tell them, etc. It feels really wierd to just speak up and say, "Well, I am a really nice person which I exhibit in 1, 2, 3 ways, etc.", but this is what you need to do. My interviewer said that he was doing me a disservice if he did not include these other odds and ends in his write-up. They will ask you at the end of the interview, "Is their anything else you want to add?" That is the official time to be boastful. The school's policy is to mix different types of students together to make a very diverse group that can help to teach each other things outside of the classroom. For instance, they might take someone with incredible research experience and very few ECs, but would balance that with Mother Theresa or the peace corps person, etc.