Hello guys, this is my first post here. I've been waiting and waiting for responses from schools. I took my first 2 years at the community college, then the last 2 years at a regular 4-year school. Graduated with 3.9 GPA, grades from the community college wasn't accounted for, so practically 3.9 is my grade from the university. Then the MCAT is like this: PS 14, BS 11, VR 7, WS grade R. It represents almost half the percentile system . The VR score really bugs me and makes me wonder if it's okay enough. But the schools can't conclude that I can't read English can they? I have one summer research award, two full-year research internships, some minor activities (plant trees, build houses, etc...) And I didn't really volunteer in a clinic or hospital; I volunteered at a local business specializing in home health and doing business-related kinda work. They paid me with food. So that's still volunteering I think? So far only the school in my state called for an interview. Other places I applied to sent me 2nd app, I completed those but I don't hear anything yet. There are two bugging schools though. The first one is Mayo medical school. They sent me an email saying that they don't require 2nd app. Then a couple weeks later they rejected my application. I don't know why. The other one is UNC in Chapel Hills; I was finishing up on their 2nd app and suddenly they sent me an email acknowledging my withdrawal. I've never sent them anything about my withdrawal??? So from your past experiences, do you think I have a chance at UCSF, UCLA, Stanford, and Harvard (my PS score fits them, good enough no)?