To above: don't look at the normalized score. that is for admin purposes...your grades are the raw score.
I have taken a long journey to get into the PN program at Mohawk College..I just started first semester this fall. I'm not sure if it is like this at other schools
but for Mohawk you need to write the HOAE test which is a test of math, science and comprehensive questions...your grade on this test accounts for 50% of the decision for admission into the program...and the other 50% is grades.
I had terrible marks in high school, I failed everything because I didn't care. I went to Mohawk for Pre-Health and had an 80% overall average which was 2 points below the cut off into the BscN program...I didn't get into the PN program either (this was 2 years ago...before the HOAE)..
I applied again last year and did very well on the HOAE (Like, 90% overall average)...so I think that is what gave me my ticket in. But with the marks you posted...I think that is very good and you have a good chance of getting in...and even better if you have a chance of doing well on the HOAE test. But yes, you are correct...the programs are extremely competitive. Good luck to you!