I'm sitting here reflecting upon my decision to reapply this year. I've been struck with an overwhelming sense of doom. I know I have to keep a positive attitude but I'm kinda bummed out. I took the MCAT two times and scored a 22 both times. That was last year. I got an interview at VCOM and somehow managed to be rejected flat out. I think I applied too late. Anyway, I decided to take the MCAT one more time and volunteer a whole bunch more to exhibit my ongoing desire to be a doctor. By the way, VCOM told me my MCAT was low and I didnt have enough healthcare volunteering. Anyway, I studied hard for 5 months and took the MCAT on the 24th of july. I dont think it went as well as I wanted it to go. I felt I was prepared and had been getting a 26 on each practice. So now I'm sitting here filling out my secondaries and thinking that it was stupid to gamble on the MCAT like that. I'm hoping a praying that it all works out. I'm hoping for some sort of curve on the MCAT but I know I cant depend on it. I'm pretty sure that my whole fate of med school rides on what number pops up on my screen on the 23rd and that scares the living sh** out of me. Anyway, I had to get that off my chest. Is there anyone else out there who's kinda in the same situation or has been in the past?