I've just got my last rejection today and have no more hope for this cycle and was wondering how best I could go about improving my application. I graduated from college in '97 with a 3.6 (Bio, chem) and last April got a 30 on the MCAT. I've shadowed a few doctors for a couple of days and have about 150 hours volunteering in the E.R. Until recently I thought these were descent credentials, but my state schools (FL) wiped the floor with me. Anyhow, I have no idea as to how to improve my app. I 've only taken the MCAT once, but don't think I could really improve my score significantly. In addition, I'm not too excited about the concept of studying for the MCAT again while working full time. I'm beginning to believe its the age (staleness, if your from UF) of my grades that may be holding me back. I'm not getting much feedback from the schools I applied to either. I did manage one interview, but to no avail. Anyone have any ideas...reconsider MCAT, post-bac, full time clinical job (major pay cut and training, definitely required for this one). Thanks.