I was invited to interview at a certain school about 3 months ago and accepted the offer and scheduled an date interview date there. After getting into my top choice school I withdrew my application from this school which I had a scheduled interview at. I did this via their online application (I actually did this twice to ensure that I had withdrawn). Today I get a call from this school asking me where I am because I am late for my interview, and they sounded pretty upset. I told them that I had withdrawn my application a month ago, and that I was sorry if there was any confusion (I don't know why this would be as I withdrew from the school twice). They said that this happens and that it was okay. Here is the catch, I received this scathing email from the school today. They said: "Because you did not come for your scheduled interview, we are assuming that you no longer wish to pursue your candidacy. Therefore, your file has been withdrawn from consideration. Please remember in the future that you are responsible for notifying a school before you are expected for the interview if you cannot attend. By not doing so, you have cost another candidate the opportunity to interview and have caused a wasted hour for one of the committee members. We consider this quite unprofessional on the part of a candidate. We wish you the best of success with your alternate plans." I really feel bad about this, since I did cost someone an interview spot and probably inconvenienced my interviewer. The this is I withdrew my application a month in advance. I know the medical community is small so I don't want to burn any bridges. On the other hand I do not feel that I have done anything unprofessional. Does anyone have any advice on wether I should send the school a letter explaining everything. Has anyone had a similar situation, or can offer me advice?