Hello, I just wanted to ask a couple quick questions. I applied this last year with a 3.82 gpa and 28Q MCAT. I had two interviews, but unfortunately didn't get accepted. I talked to the admissions counselors at both schools and they both said I interviewed well, my application was strong, and that the MCAT was the only real weakness of my application. Additionally, my freshman year I was cited for intoxication by an RA (not the police or anything), but had not actually been drinking in the building. I didn't explain this very much in my first AMCAS, so I'm wondering if this small incident is going to keep me from being accepted in the future? I plan on explaining more what I learned from the incident on the next AMCAS and that I actually ended up becoming an RA, so I can understand the position she was put in. I have some previous volunteer experience, research experience, and have been heavily involved in music groups throughout my undergraduate career. Currently, I am re-taking the MCAT in June and also volunteering two days a week at a hospital. I'm auditing a human anatomy class that uses cadavers and am also thinking about taking a spanish class. Is this enough improvement or do I need to be seeking other experiences to better my application? Thanks in advance.