First of all, I want to wish you all the best of luck! I was in your shoes a few months ago and I started the program a month ago. The wait is terribly long (I turned in my packet in July '12 and we didn't get the good news until the end of Oct '12!). The wait was so worth it! I'm so happy right now and I learn new things every day.
Some advice if you haven't turned in your packet yet:
-Make a copy of all of the documents that you turn in. I did not do this and I spent 5 months wondering if I forgot to check a box or something.
-when you do turn in your packet, make sure the nice lady (can't post names :P) in the limited entry office checks over your packet for completeness. Don't just drop it off if possible.
Once you all get the "good news" I would brush up on your math & dosage calculations. You will have a test in the 3rd week of class and you must score a 90% (10 ?'s) to proceed in the program. If you don't get a 90%, they give you one chance to retake it the following week. If you don't get a 90% on the 2nd try you will be excused from the program. I got an 80% the first time and let me tell you, retaking that test was the most stressful moment of my life! I did pass the second time but I was sooooo nervous! I wish I studied more math! we lost 3 people in my lab & clinical group alone. Im not sure how many people in total were kicked out but I was told that it was more than usual this semester. PM me if you have issues with math and maybe I can help you. There is a toolbox class that will be offered in August before the semester starts. It's a 2 credit class that will help TREMENDOUSLY with dosage calculations. Take the class if you can! They will give you much more info at orientation.
Another thing, they told you that the point cutoff for Spring '13 was something in the high 20's. I just got word from the LE office that they accepted people with as low as 9 points! What I'm getting at is that you should apply no matter how many points you have! As long as you're done with pre-reqs and TEAS.
Good luck! And I'm here to help if you have any questions. I may not have much information but when I was in your shoes I really appreciated the help that the people in the program were able to give