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What if all 50 schools you applied to rejected you?

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aabdoulin

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Been there, done that. Just reapply the next year but ONLY to those schools where you might have a chance. Don't apply to universities where you know you have the same chances of a tornado hitting a junk yard and forming a functioning 747 Boeing Jet. Take some master's or post bac classes to boost your GPA too.
 

rewJW

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Take the hint.

:thumbup:

If fifty schools rejected you, there is probably a good reason. They do ask in AADSAS if you've previously applied and if so where; I wonder if the text box is long enough to put 50 places. Not saying it's impossible to get in the next year, nothing is impossible, but .. I reiterate .. there is probably a good reason.
 

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most of applicants fail to matriculate in D-schools.

Furthermore, the number of interviewers is small, considering the total number of applicants. :eek:
 
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youngmc27

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I would work on improving my application for a year or two but I would not reapply until my application was much improved.
 

Andrew324

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Sheesh, better off getting a Masters/PhD and at least having a life after school

MD life is not that bad after school, it all depends on what you do with your degree same as everything
 
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PDizzle

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apply to the other seven schools! :laugh:
 
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