I'm not going to bother asking "what are my chances" since my application is currently complete and am now just anticipating the interview. I personally look at the interview as a good opportunity to speak more about myself especially given my 26 MCAT and gpa under 3.0(out of 4). In the past few years after completing undergrad I have contributed and led volunteer and fundraising campaigns. For a brief time I was considering Public Health and took a nonmatriculated grad course at UMDNJ in environmental health which I aced. Currently I am working at a cadaveric lab/simulated OR primarily aimed towards surgeon education. My company focuses in spinal surgery products and procedures and has pioneered the lateral approach. I have to constantly find ways to streamline lab processes and am constantly learning new products and procedures in development. I appreciate my job very much as it has given me a hands-on learning experience with surgery. I am constantly being tested as well; last year I had to take the clinical spine exam, a test that covers spinal anatomy, products, procedures, and other topics related to the company. I am currently preparing for a certification exam which tests my ability to lead a surgeon through a specific procedure. If I pass that, I am then able to teach surgeons that technique and the products associated with it.
Sorry for rambling, I just felt like there's a lot to talk about! Please share!