Hi- I understand that it's possible to submit the AMCAS application prior to receiving the MCAT scores. This is good, because I take the MCAT on July 13, and this way I can submit my application while it's still June. However, this means the shcools see the application before they see the MCAT score. The problem is this- My application isnt very impressive because I don't have much coursework; I have no scientific coursework except for the bio, chem, orgo and physics. The rest of my coursework is a few business and finance courses, and then a host of unconventional credits, causing my major to be "Interdisciplinary Studies"; I have four different colleges on my transcript, low-level ones at that. (Granted, overall GPA is 3.8 and BCPM GPA is 4.0) Given this unimpressive application, I am hoping to make my MCAT score my redeeming factor. But if the schools can see my application before they see the MCAT score, do I even stand a chance? Won't they not even look in my direction after that? Will I be hurting my chances by letting the schools see my application before the MCAT score, if I am planning on the MCAT score to be a major redeeming factor? I really don't know what to do; any advice would be really appreciated.