Hey. Just wondering if anyone had a similar experience and can tell me what they think of the situation. My stats are 3.6 for overall GPA, 3.3 for science GPA, and an MCAT of 30 (verbal 13, Physical 8, and biological 9). I have a sizeable amount of EC's, volunteering, shadowing experiences with several doctors, including two DOs - one in internal medicine and another was an Air Force flight surgeon, which is what I'm aiming for. I toured and interviewed at UMDNJ-SOM and just fell in love with it. The facilities are great, the staff were so nice and top-notch from the statistics, and the student (yes, medical students) were really happy. (In fact, I thought I was in the wrong place at first and that I had walked into a dental school by mistake or something ) The onlything that worried me was the interview. I feel I usually do well for interviews, however, I was next to last in the last batch sometime in November and they were running two hours late, so they pretty much asked me only 3 questions and finished in 10 minutes. The time was so short that I'm not sure what kind of impact I made and I feel like I might have appeared a bit nervous due to the brevity of the interview. BTW, they said they receive 1000s of applications, interview 250, then accept 200 for a class of around 120. Did I just screw myself over with the interview? I already sent the two interviewers thank yous for the interview and answering my questions. Do you think sending a letter of intent would help? And what exactly should it include/look like? Thanks!