You still have a chance. Basically right now they are interviewing all the people who basically got their applications in late (sorry, when it comes to med school admissions, the early bird really does get the worm!) or those students who are not a strong academically or otherwise. They are basically interviewing you guys to wait list you in a way. As people decline their acceptance to NYCOM, the admissions committee will go to the wait list and start calling people up. they're interviewing you so that they have more options when it comes time. You can look at it two ways: 1. Why spend your time and money if there is little chance of you getting accapted right off the bat?
or 2. They must not like who they have on the wait list so far and if I really impress them, I'll get in. This is a better way to look at things because there will be lots of spaces open once people decline their admissions (so make your decisions fast people, their are others that would love your spot and you're holding up the process) and if they are interviewing you, you do have a chance. They've obviously seen something they like. Even if you don't have the best MCATs or GPA, if you show that you really want to go to NYCOM and are really motivated and excited to become an OSTEOPATHIC physician, you have a good shot. In a way, they're more desperate than you at this point. They have to fill their spots and they have no idea of knowing how many options you have open to you. Use that knowledge to your advantage by being confident.
And even if you don't get that acceptance soon, take heart, NYCOM has called accepted people all the way up to the first day of orientation! There is always a chance!