You are in a tough situation. Usually I think if someone gets at least a 24 they can get into a DO school. Your MCAT is pretty unbalanced, though. It might be in your best interest to take a gap year and improve that MCAT. Heck, if you improve it enough you could apply to MDs next year!
I would say you can probably land an acceptance somewhere. That being said, you'll obviously need to focus on the less MCAT heavy schools.
So Im a bit bummed about my MCAT. I took it on June 20th and got a 23 (8 PS, 5 VR, 10 BS). My average AAMC MCAT score per section ( 9.3 PS, 6.8 VR, 10.7 BS). I took all 3-11. I didn't feel nervous during the exam and don't usually have test anxiety. English is my second language (10 years in US), but its really not a good excuse for my performance, especially on Verbal. I was wondering if I should re-apply next cycle and take a gap year or just wing it at this point. My AACOMAS application is pending at the moment and Ive paid for several schools application fees prior to receiving my MCAT.
3.7 cGPA 3.65 sGPA Bio major
USMC Veteran - Honorable Discharge (Combat Vet, New Jersey Distinguished Service Medal)
Volunteering in ER - over 150 hours
Lots of shadowing (Surgery/IM/FM/RADS) and non-clinical volunteering (200+ hours in each)
3 semesters of research 1 publication
Several healthcare based internships (3 full summers paid)
Several scholarship awards from college
Very strong letters
Lots of leadership positions, clubs, etc
btw: my school has a pre-med committee, so who knows if they will even write me a letter with a 23, but that's a completely different issue all together.
If you can afford to apply to as many schools as you want you should add:
LMU DCOM, MUCOM, CUSOM, ACOM, VCOM
and add William Carey and KYCOM too. They are regionally biased though.
Depending on your state of residence I would remove:
Rowan som and NYIT