ClockworkDoc

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Depends on your extracurriculars, letters of recommendations, your interview skills, previous score, etc. But your MCAT alone is acceptable and your GPA can help balance that. I know that there are people in my Med School class with a sub 28 MCAT. Good luck. Oh yeah, check mdapplicants.com for more info.
 

Chemist0157

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Perfectly possible, but it will come down to your other qualities as well. You may get some better hits in the "What are my chances?" area by the way.
 

SBK

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If this is your last time applying, good luck!

Also matters where you live.
 

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The key is to apply broadly and early.
 

camaras2480

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10 physical, 9 verbal, 9 biology, Q written.

This will be my last attempt at applying into medical school, I can write the MCAT once more. What would my chances be if I just applied with the 28Q? GPA is over 3.70.
You may have a chance, but we need to know more:

cGPA
sGPA
Clinical shadowing experience
Clinical volunteer experience
Non-clinical volunteer experience
Research experience
Leadership experience
Home state.

Give us something to work with, and we can give you a better idea of how things are shaping up.

If the ONLY things you have are 3.7/28, you will not get in. Hence I'm asking for more details :)
 

Mobius1985

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You have a decent chance if you apply broadly to the right schools and the rest of your application is optimal. Since the chances are not 100%, consider applying to DO programs at the same time to enhance the chances that you'll be entering med school in a year. How good a shot you have will be better predicted if you give us the information noted above.