I do not think you should give up on this. The math portion of the GRE is the most studyable secction of the GRE or the MCAT. it is the easiest area to raise your score in. Go look at the percentile scores for that section (wikipedia) a 600 is in the 47th percentile. You can do better if you prepare correctly. If u cant get a transported job. then go take a nurses aid class, an emt class. Then work as an emt nurses aid transporter ekg tech patient care tech you get the idea. If u live near a RRT program start that. Even if your gpa and gre r average you can get in if u stand out. go to the student doctor forum (website) and learn how to interview (what to wear, how to ask, study up on some questions u might get asked). The reason people here are telling u to quit is bc u are doubting yourself. most of us had to work really hard to get here. dont sounds like a quiter ever. just apply with the bad scores you already have and say u are retaking it. if u apply this late u wont interview until jan feb. your new scores will be in by them. of all the healthcare jobs i recomended id do rrt school so u have a job if everything falls through. just keep applying. if any of ur
friends got into med school pt school ect. have them look over your app to make suggestions. get at least a 3.0 in all prereqs
you can get into AA school. If YOU want to bad enough. it took me 2 years. i went and got healthcare exp raised my gpa improved my app volenteered all while working fulltime. they said at my interview "youve been busy since the last time you were here..."