Good afternoon all! I am a post-baccalaureate student residing in Cleveland, OH with a degree in psychology, and am looking for any thoughts on other schools worth adding to the list based on stats/whatnot. Without further ado, here are my stats: cGPA: 3.82 sGPA: 3.9 (4.0 post-bacc) MCAT: 515 (130,127,129,129) Clinical volunteer: ~150 hours (3 hrs/wk) volunteering as an Emergency Department liaison (ongoing), ~75 hours at a free clinic (1.5 hrs/wk) Physician shadowing: Family medicine ~130 hrs (13 hrs/wk, spread across 3 doctors), 50 hrs Gastroenterology (10 hrs/wk), 50 hrs Consult Psychiatry (10 hrs/wk), 30 hrs PICU (10 hrs/wk) Research: Undergraduate -- Conducted research project for senior honors thesis (topic was cognitive psychology) and presented at poster session; Post-bacc -- volunteered as a lab assistant for a lab studying colon cancer epidemiology Nonclinical volunteer -- Crisis Hotline Representative ~150 hrs (10 hrs/wk), Employment -- Team Leader at local ice cream shop (20 hrs/wk), Kaplan Campus Representative (10 hrs/wk), currently employed as group Supplemental Instructor/Peer Tutor for Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and General Chemistry for school's Tutoring Center (40 hrs/wk). I have been working at my current job for roughly two years now, and I just interviewed with Kaplan for an MCAT tutoring position. Other: Vice President/President for Post-Bacc school's American Medical Student Association chapter My school list is as follows: Albert Einstein, Yeshiva Alpert Medical School Case Western Reserve University (extensive connections, father is alumnus/grandfather was a dean) Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (father is associate professor) Feinberg School of Medicine University of Pittsburgh Mayo Clinic NEOMED Rosalind Franklin University Ohio State University University of Virginia University of Michigan University of Cincinnati I have submitted all secondaries except for Albert Einstein (received today) and NEOMED. I am unsure as to what impact alumni connections/school connections have these days, but I figured I should include them for details' sake.