So I'm in the middle of Medical School applications right now. There's one school that I really have my heart set on. It's in PAC 12 country (so I can see my Utes from time to time), it has a unique curriculum that I really think would be great for me, and it really emphasizes working with underserved communities. I spent 3 years busting my butt with the homeless (which I loved every minute of) and as a result I am able to participate in a special admissions program at this school which is supposed to greatly increase my chances of being accepted. I applied, payed a ton of money, did everything I was supposed to do and then I waited. 8 weeks have gone by since I completed my secondary application and I haven't heard a word. So yesterday I emailed the Dean of Admissions to see if he has any idea of what may be going on, or if he can tell me when I might hear something. Today I get an email saying I never completed my secondary application. He invited me to do so, then said they'd evaluate it. Well I have a credit card bill from late November showing that I paid my secondary fee. I also have a string of emails from an admissions counselor verifying that my materials were sent to the correct place etc. If you don't know, medical schools operate on a rolling admissions system. Meaning the class begins to fill once applications are complete. They've been filling this school since July and I probably don't have a prayer now if I just re-submit my secondary and go through the normal process. I may be totally screwed anyway just because my application got lost 2 months ago. I'm not normally one to raise a fuss, but this situation obviously warrants it. I have a wife and two kids so this affects much more than just me. I've got them to look out for too! Does anyone have any ideas on how I should go about handling this without totally pissing someone off and ruining any shot I may still have? What do I do now? I feel like I should demand an immediate interview, but that's probably going to be counter-productive. Ideas?