I am going to be a junior in September, but I am done with all the pre-reqs and am taking the MCAT on June 13th. I am just trying to get the freaking MCAT done and raise my GPA by taking relatively easy science courses. I am consistently scoring ~37 on practice MCATs (usually around 12 Verbal 13 Bio 12 Physical), so I expect to score ~37 or higher. My current GPA is a little above 3.5, but raising it up to ~3.7 shouldn't be too hard because I am done with all the hard $hit. Ethnicity: Asian-American (not URM) Student at a highly selective, competitive institution in the northeast State of residency: N/A because I lived outside of US most of my life. I plan on applying to as many private school as possible EC's: my school's radio station DJ (hip-hop), sometimes I spin at frat parties, mentor of inner city high-school kids, special olympics volunteer, pre-calculus tutor for a high school student Clinical/research experience: so far a semester of research experience at an othopedics lab. i haven't learned much because the PI and the people working for him often seem to busy to care about me, but I still go every week. Monthly shadowing of an orthopedic surgeon, who's the assistant director of admission at my university's med school, volunteering at ER. Even though I won't be applying till Summer 2009, I have made a list of schools I will probably apply to. Assuming that I end my junior with 3.65 overall, 3.61 science, 37 MCAT, I will apply to these schools Dream schools USC Cleveland Clinic Lerner Case Western Georgetown Definitely interested, but not as much as the four schools above Tufts U of Rochester UC Davis Loyola Rosalind Franklin Rush SUNY buffalo, upstate, downstate U of Cincinatti Jefferson Penn State Drexel Temple U of Utah albany medical new york medical college tulane george washington I honestly want to apply to schools where people with 3.8+ & 36+ get into, but I figured a high MCAT score alone can't offset the not so competitive GPA. What are some super selective schools that I have a shot at? Suggestions?