510 isn't out of range for a number of MD programs. It is peculiar though that you were not successful last year. Your clinical exposure hours are barely at minimum expectations.I applied really late last year because I became a US citizen mid-July and neither TMDSAS nor AMCAS would verify me until I updated my legal information. I spent most of September completing secondaries and ended up getting only two interviews out of 30+ schools I applied to. Needless to say, I didn't get accepted anywhere. I'm reapplying again this year but I'm worried about my chances since I'm applying as a re-applicant and I didn't retake the MCAT due to the coronavirus. I am taking it in September just in case, but nothing has really changed between this cycle compared to last cycle since my summer internship and shadowing got canceled.
Research: ~400 hours
Clinical volunteering: 50+ hours
Shadowing: 50+ hours
Healthcare employment: 600+ hours
Other volunteering: 100+ hours
LizzyM Score: 69.6
The biggest change is my GPA, I applied with a 3.76 last year. I'm already submitted my primary applications and have gotten my secondary applications from Texas schools (I'm a Texas resident). Transcripts are really backed up at my school due to covid so I'm not sure when that'll be sent out. I'm worried that being a re-applicant could hurt my chances but I wanted to take advantage of the canceled MCATs by submitting my application early. I've also did a lot of research into schools, choosing mostly OOS friendly schools with MCATs and GPAs in my range. I'm a bit worried that my MCAT may be too low and I might be disadvantaged for reapplying.