hi all, just thought i'd share a little story i heard from an adcom at a florida school. apparently both miami and usf have reported uf to the aamc for misconduct in last year's admissions process. it seems that two years ago, uf had some of the best stats in the country for the number of accepted applicants that decided to go to uf instead of other schools they might have been accepted to. in other words, they had to accept only a small number of people to fill their class. anticipating a repeat performance, uf accepted very few people and only waitlisted 50 people last year. well, turns out that even after accepting everyone off of the waitlist, they still didn't have enough people to fill their class. problem is they had already rejected all the other people who had interviewed. so, they decided to UNreject some people which is supposedly against aamc rules. some of these unrejected applicants decided to go to uf even though they had already said yes to other med schools. miami and usf were therefore (understandably) extremely upset because they lost some of their students-to-be and had to find more at the last second. anyway, i thought this was interesting. don't know if it's 100% accurate, but i suspect that it is since i know personally some people that got into uf extraordinarily late who, quite frankly, were not all that competitive (low stats, etc.). i love uf and have lots of friends there, so i was really disappointed to hear about this. for all those uf med students, i hope i don't offend you - this problem is obviously a reflection on the adcom, not the school in general. i'm sure they've changed their policy for this year. anyone have any comments or know anything more than i do?