Second of all, your reading comprehension skills are obviously quite dull, because you missed the point of everything I've been saying. I'm not trying to identify the lowest IQ or standardized test score that someone can just barely slip into AA or medical school with, punk. You are merely pointing out the fact that there are some not-so-smart people who get accepted medical school. However, I am not making a case for advocating what someone potentially COULD get accepted with... but what they SHOULD get accepted with.
According to your logic, we should identify the absolute lowest IQ that someone could hypothetically trudge through AA school with and just barely pass.
But I don't advocate selecting applicants who represent a bare-minimum intellectual aptitude just because it's remotely possible that hard work could carry them through their education.
If we are going to expand this profession throughout the country and make AA's eligible to hold jobs in any hospital with a need for anesthetists, we need to enact a policy of accepting only the most gifted and capable prospective students.
The good news is that there is a strong chance that I will soon hold a political position within the AAAA, and once I assume this role, I will make it one of the highest priorities on my list to engender an ultra-competitive AA program application process. This will be achieved through the most aggressive top-down (I.e., from the AAAA to the schools) policy implementation this profession has ever witnessed. That is just one of the plans I have in mind for leading this profession to victory in an era of AANA opposition that is more vehement and ruthless than ever before.
Having said that, I think we can all agree that hopeless losers like Kevin and the rest of the worthless morons on this board would best contribute to the AAAA's efforts if they simply bowed-out and pursued other endeavors (which will happen eventually when their sheer lack of intellectual prowess forces them out of the OR).