I'm currently a senior in high school and I'm looking into colleges and medical schools. What I'm looking for is an unbiased resource that will help me decide what college to go to. I've been accepted with scholarship at Ramapo college, and I expect the same for Rutgers New Brunswick, Rutgers Newark and Montclair University. All of these colleges have provided statistics that may have been twisted in their favor. Rutgers New Brunswick is very upfront about their acceptances and give statistics for a large GPA range. My cousin attended Rutgers New Brunswick, was accepted into Robertwood Johnson Medical School and is now finishing his fellowship in invasive cardiology, so I know that Rutgers New Brunswick is a safe bet. However, I have not been able to get such statistics from Rutgers Newark, nor do I know anyone who has been there. Ramapo college claims that they have a 100% acceptance rate, but like most other colleges, this is only after they've knocked off 70% of the original pre-med students. I also heard from a nurse that Montclair University has an excellent pre-med program, but I'm not so sure that I can trust her advice. Does anyone on this forum have any advice or know of a resource that I can use to compare colleges? Price is no object, so if I have to pay $50 to buy a book or $500 to subscribe to this or that counseling service, then I'll do it. I need this to be from the point of view of a medical school admissions counselor; I know the SAT, high school rank and GPA statistics for all of these colleges, but that's irrelevant. What I need to know is if I'd be balked at for attending Ramapo, Rutgers Newark or Montclair. For example, Montclair is the weakest in terms of academics, but it's literally a bike ride from my house. Rutgers Newark and Ramapo College both have better credentials, but are also about 40 minutes away ( Newark is only about a 25 minute commute, but parking is much more difficult than at Ramapo ). Rutgers New Brunswick is an hour of hard driving away, so I would not be able to live at home.