I need some advice about re-applying. I've been waitlisted at New Jersey Medical School and NYU. I have interviewed at Robert Wood Johnson and Drexel, but I am still waiting to hear from them. Since I was waitlisted at NJMS, I have started to feel like I don't have a chance of getting in anywhere. I have a 3.69 BCPM and 3.71 overall. My MCAT was 14p, 10V, 9B Q. I've done two years bench research in inorganic chemistry and have been a volunteer EMT for almost 3 years. I participated in a 6-week doctor shadowing program last summer at a community hospital and I am the vice-president of AMSA at my college. My applications were later than I would have liked, but I am wondering if my 9 on the bio section and the fact that I received a C+ in eukaryotic cell biology is hurting me significantly. I am wondering if it is too early to start thinking about reapplying. I never really thought about what I would do with a year off. I don't think I need a post-bac program because I think my science gpa is fine, but I don't know what other things you can do for just one year. I am also not sure if it would be worth taking the MCAT again just to improve my bio score. I greatly appreciate any advice!