Just spoke with the admissions office at UCI because I have not recieved a secondary. Turns out they start at the 4.0 people and work down. Right now they are reviewing the 3.7 people. I then asked about MCAT cutoffs and she said that they really don't have one, but that many applicants have averages of 12s and 13s on each section of the MCAT. I definetly want my doctor to be competent enough to have done very well in undergrad, but come on! UCI and Pittsburg seem to extremely-stat-driven. UCI also granted some interviews prior to sending a secondary. And the only reason why I planned to take the second quarter of Biochem was just for UCI's requirement. My 3.6 may not be good enough for them--but come to think about it I wouldn't want to attend a school like that. My advisor also mentioned to me that UCI woefully lacks in diversity. So I won't be worrying about UCI anylonger.