If you could basically change the whole application process, what would you change (seriously)? -I'd move the April MCAT up a month to March so it didn't slow the app process down so much. -AMCAS would be processed quicker (if possible) and schools would be required to receive the info electronically to speed things up. -I'd demand that schools used the AMCAS system for seeing which classes and EC's you've done (and I'd alter the AMCAS system to be more med school-friendly if need be). I think it's a total waste of time that we have to tell AMCAS and various other med schools. -I'd prohibit schools from asking for additional money just to look at the AMCAS (Mayo, BU for example). Why do they do this (answer: because they can and want the money)?! I'd also demand that schools justify the amount they charge for secondary fees. In case you can't tell, I suspect that med school applicants are being screwed over for money just because med schools are in a position of great power. -Schools would be forced to disclose their screening procedure to the world. Therefore, if a school simply uses a mathematicalformula (think: Stanford), many many applicants would avoid hassle, headache, and financial expense on a school that won't actually have a pair of human eyes look at their application. Other ideas?