The fact that you are unable to be admitted to the College of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina this year is not meant to reflect negatively on you at all. It is simply that you are applying as an out-of-state applicant to an in-state medical school where the number of positions for non-residents is extremely limited.
Unless your stats are incredible or you have close ties to SC, Charleston, or MUSC, I don't recommend applying OOS here.
Summary of Experience:
Very small, supportive community of students with a warm atmosphere.
This was my first interview and it was a little bumpy. The interview process this year consisted of two 30-minute closed-file interviews with students or faculty wherein I was asked specific situation-based and philosophical questions.
My application and my professional background SCREAM research, and Brody seeks to train primary care physicians. Don't use Brody as a "backup" because you're way above their average stats: they are looking for fit.
For the same reasons, don't be discouraged by a rejection here.