The anesthesia profession should attract a much higher caliber of intellect, and if "Kevin" gets an interview at any program, it's because the faculty member who reviewed their application was either a straight woman or a gay male who found their passport photo to be "cute" or even "hot."
Most of you say that this imbecile's stats are competitive enough to get an interview with most programs, but if raw stats were all it took to be considered competitive, wouldn't the majority of people applying to AA schools get interviews?
In other words, what separates Kevin's ho-hum, just-another-biology-student-with-a-B-average application from the rest of the "good enough" applicants? Based on what we have read here, what can Kevin POSSIBLY say in response when the interviewers ask him, "So what separates you from the rest of the applicants we're interviewing?"
He can't say he has a good GPA -- they all have that.
He can't say he has a good GRE score -- they all have that.
He can't say he has research experience -- many of them have that.
He can't say he has volunteering experience -- most of them have that.
So to all you naysayers out there who reprimand me for telling the truth, you tell me: what (and I mean anything at all) does this punk have going for himself that separates his sorry application from the rest?