Hey All, I just got a rejection letter from Wisconsin without even filling out a secondary. I'm a non-resident, so while I realize that things are supposed to be more competitive for me, I also checked last year's class stats and saw that they accepted about 1/3 of their applicants. As much as I enjoy saving the $75 application fee, I am way above their means in most categories, and I just wonder if anyone knows if they have any "not from a contiguous state" or "not likely to come here" type rejections. I certainly don't expect to get interviews or accepted on the basis of stats alone, but I am surprised that they don't even want to know more about me via a secondary. Here are my stats - I think I'm competitive, any rationale someone could give me would be much appreciated. Misc.: White suburban male (d'oh) University: Rice Major: Anthroplogy / Religious Studies Undergrad GPA: 3.91 Pre-Med / Science GPA: 4.10 MCAT: 40T (13-15,13,14) Extracurriculars: Plenty (Sports, college government, community involvement) Med Experience: Volunteering / Working Full Time for the last year in a Neurology Clinic (I am a post-bac applicant, so only decided to pursue this about a year and a half ago). Thanks for your help, and good luck with the process everyone.