Ok so I just have a question about my chances of getting a med school interview. I am a junior in college majoring in music education. I have good ECs and volunteer experience. I have a GPA of 3.8. I recently interviewed with my college pre-med committee as they are writing me a recommendation letter. They seemed very happy with my interview and one person on the committee (a doc himself) said that once I get an interview, my chances are very high. They said the music aspect is very appealing to medical schools so I have a huge advantage there. My problem is the MCAT. As a music ed major, I am not able to take any of the upper division science courses, which I hear are very helpful with the test. I took my first full test yesterday and got a 24. Obviously much lower than I was hoping for. But I am taking the test in July so I would hope my score will increase significantly my then. Let's say I am able to land a 26 or 27 on the MCAT. What would my chances be of getting an interview- or getting in at all?