Quote from marilynmom
So ya, to the OP don't waste your time or energy worrying about why they rejected you. Many of the admins at colleges are idiots it seems. Focus your energy on where you CAN get accepted!!!
Yep, I agree. It's not worth your time or the frustration in dealing with folks that are already giving you the run-around, it will likely get worse. I applied to a different program at OU last year... I'm thankful now that I didn't get accepted.
In my experience, most schools will not give you an absolute, concrete, definitive answer as to why you were not accepted. They may "advise" you on how to make your application more competitive for the next time - there may be several things like taking A&P separately, improving chemistry grade, or whatnot that will improve your application. Sometimes... it feels like it's just another scheme to get you to spend more money on tuition before you get rejected again!!
At least that's how I felt for a while when I was getting rejection letters...
Thing is, when a school is receiving more applications then they have available spots... then it becomes much more competitive and even if you've exceeded all of their stated requirements, you may not get accepted. I can certainly sympathize - I've been there! I didn't get into several programs where I definitely exceeded the minimum requirements, but other people exceeded those requirements better than I!
Sounds like you're checking out other programs which may work out a lot better in the long run anyhow.
Good luck to you!