hey everyone! What kind of response do you give to the interviewer regarding a low score on your MCATs? I got an 8 on PS but 10 and 11 on others...I really think it was due to misbubbling at the end of the test, but I don't want to completely contribute the score to that...here's what i told them: 1) the score was kind of a shock to me since i was scoring 10's and 11's on the practice test 2) i've gotten A's in my physics and chemistry classes 3) it might have been due to misbubbling at the last 3 minutes of the exam (i would leave bubble in half of hte exam then come back to it at the end) both interviewers wrote down this explanation..i'm thinking it's legit? one interviewer asked me, why did you not re-take it? all i could say was that hopefully my grades in school will show them i know the material and that my score might have been due to misbubbling..i also told them that i wanted to focus on my work and applications during the summer before the cycle...i think she was kinda pissed at me for saying that but that's how i really felt..ahhh! is anyone else in the same situation? How do you answer this question without it hurting you even more?