Please stop putting so much emphasis on board scores. You should not start a thread with your board score and think that people can tell you if you will match. Programs look at your applications as a whole. Someone can have a 250 on each step, but if their transcript is average, then your board scores will not mean much. You need to have a decent transcript, decent board scores, great letters, some research, etc. OBGYN has gotten more competitive and the number of applications has risen. I had over 750 applications last year for six spots. I would also advise that if you have low scores, poor transcript, etc., then don't waste your money applying to the big programs. The best advice I can give you is to find a great advisor, someone who can look at your application and give you realistic expectations. Good luck!