So, I'm in waitlist hell (it's was my only interview, and now my only waitlist) and beginning to think ahead. The MCAT was a weaker part of my application (28) and I already took it twice. While I wait for a June reply from my school, I have to start preparing again for the MCAT for a third time, beginning in May after I graduate. I'm currently working though (OR clerk - I know, "premed job" but I already know the freakin' university hospital a lot more than I should), and my parents feel I should quit work for the time being while I prepare for MCAT. They feel since this is my third time there really are no more chances (I agree) and that any time I have is best invested in the MCAT prep (I agree too, to a certain extent). I just feel that I can still work only two days a week and still have ample time to study for MCAT. I am willing to quit work for that time, and my parents are willing to support me. It won't be as good as working of course, but I could still get by. However, I still would like to work since it'll be a nice change of pace, give me some monetary support, and some variety to an otherwise boring-looking summer. Thoughts?