Ok, I am currently a junior, and just took the MCAT in April. I have a 3.7 GPA with about a 3.8 BCPM. I went to a small, private LAC in Wisconsin. I volunteer at a hospital, nothing special, but I have had two summer long research internships, one with the USGS and one at Los Alamos Labs in NM. I am active on campus in government, clubs, etc. Now, my question. If I do as well on the MCAT as I think/hope, and get about a 35-37(who cares about the letter, right?) and I am very positive that I want to go to school at Georgetown, do you all think the Early Decision Program is a good idea? I dont really want to waste all the application time if I wont get in. Are they more strict with the EDP than with the normal acceptances, i.e. am I souring a marginal application by being forward with the EDP? Or is it best to take a crack at my top school and then go from there if I am not accepted? Thanks for any input, from anyone.