If you got into Med School based just on your GPA and MCAT, and you believe you had nothing else to offer but those two, please post here. That means if you weren't involved in anything outside studies, but you got in based on just interviewing nicely and having a great GPA and MCAT. This means no research, no volunteer work, no clinical work, and no working to support yourself, etc. I bet there are some out there, perhaps in hiding, so PLEASE contribute to the statistic. What do you think was your plus point? How did you "make up" for your lack of extracurricular activities? My point in asking this is because I still believe there are *MANY* students who have a great MCAT and GPA, along with a nice and likeable personality (interview) who have a great chance of getting in. Thanks a lot for contributing!