Originally Posted by cabinbuilder
I wouldn't waste your time on another MCAT. Your score is good. Look at that rest of your application and see what may have been a red flag? Maybe your personal statement? Apply on the first day, you should see better results.
I respectfully disagree. His score is in the 10th percentile or lower at most schools for accepted students. Also, one or more of his subscores may automatically disqualify his entire application. Most schools that I want to apply to have a hard cutoff at 8 in any section.
We don't know anything about his GPA either, but even at a 4.0, he only has a 60ish% chance to be accepted. If he was were to bump that score to a 30, his chances would jump to the mid 70s.
This is assuming he wants to go for an MD. If he's going for a DO, his MCAT is competitive.