Allright, so for now, I'm planning to apply for the 2008 cycle as an MSTP applicant. I'm still considering about whether I want to apply to some MD only programs as well. Anyway, I have a few questions in regards to the submission of my AMCAS: The general consensus seems to be that the earlier you submit, the better. However, as I attend a quarter system school, my spring quarter grades will not be available until late june, while the system, as everyone knows, opens up on june 1. Is it fine for qtr system applicants to send in their AMCAS with only their fall and winter qtr grades? I'm currently sitting at a 3.97 sci/3.97 overall GPA, so I can't really stand to gain very much from improvement in Spring quarter grades. In fact, i was planning on taking a pretty light spring quarter, since I'm in charge of planning my fraternity's rush (we do spring rush, lasts 2 weeks), am trying to coordinate a public health project in egypt for this summer, as well as my lab research related stuff. Additionally, I am planning to take the May 31 MCAT, so I would receive my MCAT scores by late June. My gameplan for now was to submit my AMCAS in early June, with just fall and winter qtr grades, get all of that verified, and then as soon as my MCATs arrive everything will be ready and good to go for final submission. I figure if I wait for my spring qtr grades and/or my MCAT scores (which will probably be coming in within a few weeks of each other) to begin verification, I might be subjecting myself to greater processing delays. Thoughts?