Looking for some advice after an unsuccessful 2018 cycle; the plan is to spend the next year improving and applying for the 2020 cycle. Here's my app at a jist: 3.72 cGPA/sGPA, BS Mechanical Engineering, graduated in 5/17 515 (129/126/130/130) MCAT (from 6/17) 2 summers working at a medical billing company (~650 hours) - a lot of this time was spent calling patients, does this count as clinical experience? 110 hours volunteering at a hospital during undergrad Undergraduate research with a biomechanics group, working with bone regeneration (~350 hours), 1 poster 40 hours shadowing internist Leader on a student electric race car team (~1000 hours) Have spent the last year working at an EMR company for technical/customer service (~1600 hours) I applied in 2018 as an IL resident (when I reapply in 2020 it will be from MN) and received one II late in March. Here were my schools: University of Rochester University of Illinois at Chicago Tufts The Ohio State University SUNY Upstate SUNY Downstate (II in March) Saint Louis University Keck Indiana University Icahn Hofstra Geisel Care Illinois College of Medicine Boston University Albert Einstein I recently left my job and am starting a scribing gig later this month, as I feel clinical exposure is one of my application weaknesses. I'm also looking to add some clinical and non-clinical volunteering opportunities. I would really appreciate any feedback any of you may have to help structure my preparation year and best prepare myself for the following cycle. Thanks!