I agree with SunAndMoon. I'm really distracted today so I decide to do some math.
There are 3 days of interviews next week. Assuming they run it the same way they did in March, there are 2 sessions per day (morning and afternoon), 4 color groupings in each session. Each grouping has 14 people in it (10 stations + 4 rest stations). This gives us 3x2x4x14=336 total interviewees next week.
During next week, they are interviewing Med-P, Dent-P, non-traditional, and the remaining IP University candidates. Based on the applications stats they posted, they are interviewing 264 Med-P and 17 NTP. They interviewed 54 Dent-P last year and that number probably won't fluctuate too much. Now, we have an unknown number of IP university level candidates interviewing, say Y. There are also an unknown number of candidates interviewing for both Med-P and Dent-P, say X. So based on these numbers:
As a result Y-X=1
So the number of IP-university level candidates interviewing next week should be approximately the same as the number of people interviewing for both Med-P and dent-P. If someone knows that number, it could potentially give us an idea how much things can change.
I admit this all isn't that useful. I'm just doing it for the fun of it .