Hi all, I'm new to this board but it looks like lots of good information gets posted so here's my question: How strict are schools with their oldest MCAT requirement date? I took mine in April 1999 (32Q, ucla 3.2 gpa 3.1 science (yes, horrific, I know), applied, 2 interviews, 1 waitlist. I'm currently a first year in a Master's program and applying again this cycle. Alot of the schools I'm interested in though list their oldest accepted MCAT as 2000 in the MSAR. Anybody out there have experience with contacting adcom's about making an exception for the 1 year difference? Coincidentally, I called up one of the two schools I interviewed at (they have a 2000 requirement) and the rep said I had a good case though she couldn't guarantee anything. I was told to e-mail the admissions dean. Hrm, just thought of another question as I was writing this. Is there now a way to show your general GRE scores (master's program required them, and I did decently on them)? Would it even make a difference? Ok, sorry for the rambling. Thanks for reading!