I was wondering what people thought about asking schools that reject you if they have any feedback. Is it acceptable, frowned upon, bad form, or what? The reason I'm asking is that I received a rejection from Drexel today, and I could have sworn both the student and faculty interviews went well. I thought I really hit it off with the faculty member in particular. My stats are near or above their averages. So, I was thinking that the only good I can get out of this is to ask them what I did wrong or if they have suggestions for improvement. That way I can be better prepared for my future interviews (especially the Jefferson one coming up in December). Anyone know the protocol regarding the "why not me?" letter? Thanks.