I applied to 13 schools, and interviewed at 5. I was waitlisted at one of those schools (NYMC) and rejected at the other four. As I see it, I will not be attending medical school next year, and it hurts. My credentials did not warrant this devastating turnout, since I graduated last year from Penn with a 3.54 BCPM, I was a 4-year varsity runner, and I recieved a 30R on the new MCAT (9V, 11P, 10B). I therefore attribute much of my misfortune to being a detectably arrogant prick. Regardless, I am having trouble figuring out what do do. This is a hellish puzzle, and I can't find a solution. Should I retake the MCAT? Where should I find work? Anybody who's done it please speak out. I am in dire need of help and I hope post-bacc-like programs aren't the only solution. They're too expensive. Thanks.