To be 100% honest, I would withdraw your application 100% from ALL schools and reapply next year. Your scores are basically going to be DOA at both MD and DO schools and you are wasting your money and time sending in secondaries. A ton of schools just send out secondaries to everyone to fill their pockets.I am looking for guidance on how to properly withdraw my application for certain schools. I submitted my application prior to knowing my MCAT scores since my test was pushed back 4+ times due to COVID-19. Two weeks before my first attempt my friend tragedy passed away (493) then I retook it 1 month later and my computer crash in the middle of it (489). I tried submitting a complaint and it was a nightmare. Long story short they didn't do anything about it. My score is NOT what I was expected to test based on my practice exams.
My application is now "verified/complete" and I want to withdraw my application for certain schools that I have received secondary applications from, as I have a very low chance of getting accepted and would be a waste of money at this point. What would I say in that email to each schools admissions counselor? Do I mention the troubles with MCAT above ^ ?? I will most likely re-apply next cycle so I want to be respectful and professional in my email since I know it's much harder to get in as a second time applicant!
What is your GPA/ECs? On average, you need to be getting close to 505 to have a chance at DO and 511 to have a chance at MD. You are nowhere near these numbers.