the mcat is based on the classes you are taking. so u really shouldnt have to study a lot. if u do well in them u should be able to do well on the MCAT.
id try to become a CNA in the PACU or on a med floor at a hospital and maybe after u do that for a bit ull be able to get a job as a anesthesia tech. u learn a lot working closer to the anesthesists.
all u really need to do is go to class and study to do well in the pre reqs. also if u ever dont understand or bomb a test go back and get help and learn that stuff it will come up again in another class or on the mcat or in AA school.
try setting up a quick meeting with someone at the UMKC program if they are willing. have a game plan plotted out. have the classes u plan on taking have ur old transcripts or at least ur grades some of your course work. show u know what is on the application i.e. job shadowing and letters of rec. just ask if they have any pointers for your plan, they will not want to make a plan for u, just steer u in the right direction if ur off course.
take classes with the idea u want a letter of recomendation out of it and even schedule a meeting with ur proff at the start of a semester and ask them what u need to do to get it (say what other than getting an a do i need to do get a LOR from you? that way they know u plan on doing well and even if they will expect u to do well bc of it they will also try to help u bc u care)
shadow a AA every six months. As you do it more and more and look up things that u c or learn there u can tie it into your studies and it will make u more intrested and driven to learn/understand.
read old posts on this website even going back years. there is junk and arguments but u can pick out the good info. it will help u make ur PLAN.
$wise take out all the $ u can and survive until u get a job