Firstly, they deem you ready for medical school and capable of becoming a doctor based on your high GPA, top level activities, and high MCAT scores. Then, they offer interviews to be even more selective to ensure that the future of medicine is qualified. They are selecting you and putting you on the path to becoming a doctor. Out of many, many people who apply and have the desire, if you have made it this far, they believe you have what it takes. However, your accomplishments aren't something which reward you financially. What got you to this point was the hard work you put in and you have made it through the selection process. Yet, you still have to pay an enormous amount of money in order to continue down the path. This brings me to my point. The system is something to be frowned upon. In spite of achieving outstanding scores, and your potential to become a doctor having been recognized by the admissions, you still have to pay a sky-high fare. If we have earned approval to enter medical school and chosen based on evaluations of whether we have what it takes to be a doctor, we are still required to fork over tons of money to continue onwards. My claim is that if you make it through the selection process, you should not have to pay for medical school. Forget scholarships, it should be free for everyone who has earned an acceptance.