Someone in my family got into NYMC with a 3.1 CGPA, 3.0SGPA and 31 MCAT. But he did a postbac with ~4.0GPA. he was WaitListed then accepted in June along with Drexel WL movment. Reject at NJM though even though a NJ res.
For UMDNJ (NJMS and RWJ) you have a good shot with a 32 MCAT and a 3.2 GPA I think (especially if you're an NJ resident). You lack a little in the GPA but you kinda offset that with your MCAT, so this is why I'm saying you have a good shot. Of course, this is all unpredictable at the end of the day.
Concentrate on your extracurricular activities from now (if you've not done so yet) and your recommendations, and finally of course the interview. Best of luck!
A friend of mine got into Drexel with a 28 MCAT and a 3.7 GPA. I also know several people who got into UMDNJ-NJMS with high 20's MCATs and 3.2-3.5 GPAs. I'm not sure about RWJ though... I think they're a little more difficult this year, but again, i'm not sure.