My application is all ready to be sent except for the MCAT which I take this month. The thing that I'm worried about is getting a rejection before my scores come back. Other then my undergrad years (BS in '95 low gpa) my application is pretty solid. My Graduate GPA is excellent (not bragging), I have plenty of health care EC's (paramedic, CPR instructor), some research and good LOR's lined up. If my practice tests are any indication I'm hoping for a 28-31 on the real test. If a school had all my info (including MCAT) and rejected me then at least I'd know that they saw the whole picture when they made their decision. However if I submit my application now and I get a rejection before my scores are in I think I'd feel cheated. However I also want to get the secondaries going assuming I'm sent any. So I guess my question is, do any of the Med Schools (especially Ohio) send out rejections before the application is complete or will they not even look though it and send out a secondary? I'm probably rambling. Thanks for your advise.