I was taking Micro last semester (at Northlake) and heard classmates talking, and they were quoting statistics for the people accepted by El Centro/Brookhaven for the Spring 04 semester. They said the lowest gpa for a person who got accepted (at both schools) was a 3.77(pre-req), and the gen. ed. lowest gpa (3.7?) for Brookhaven, and slightly lower for El Centro (3.64 I think). Statistics will vary by the year, and the gpa could drop slightly due to Northlake offering classes as well now (Brookhaven having its own program will create more seats). That's just a guess. Hope that gives you a general idea of the competition, and what path you can take to get where you need to be.
Of course, all bets are off for acceptance in 2005, since they are now making people take the NET. (I've never taken this test). Don't know if they are going to make people submit recommendation letters or not. You'll want to visit the website and read in detail. I think you just have a certain minimum score on the NET, and the gpa game will remain the same, but I could be wrong. I hope you don't have to retake classes--I did and it's can be discouraging.
I've already applied and the letters were supposed to be sent out April 15, so I'm about to drive over to my parents house to check the mail.
Good luck with your classes and try not to get stressed out with finals...