Definitely apply to Med-P. I am currently in med-1 at a different university, however a close friend applied with a r score a bit higher than yours, his CV was average in my opinion - he got an interview and is in Med-P this year. And, I assume you are in your third semester, so you have a chance to raise your R-Score before the application, as they will consider your first three semesters.
However, know that getting an interview with an r-score lower than 33 or even 34 is very difficult. I have many freinds who had 33s and 34s for the last application cycle, and CVPNs similar to the aforementioned friend, yet they did not receive interviews. (We were a group of friends that did most of our extracurriculars together and so our CVs were quite similar.)