I was accepted to Barry for 2017, but ended up accepting an offer from a different school in my home state that doesn't require me to move. The key to getting into Barry is meeting all of their admission criteria. Having any GPA > 3.0, GRE of at least 150 in each section with 3.5-4.0 AW, CCRN, and one year of any kind of ICU experience makes you competitive since they look at the entire overall application. If you're invited to the interview, you're golden. Their interview is more of a formality than anything, and isn't very difficult. I believe they're just making sure that you are who you say you are on paper, have a good support system, will be compliant with their standards, and don't have any huge and noticeable red flags. Most, but not all who interview are accepted.
The most important thing you can do is score 150 on each section of the GRE, since the school places such a large emphasis on it. A high GRE score can overshadow a lower GPA in their eyes. They accept some with slightly lower GRE scores if their GPA is high enough to compensate, but sometimes offer provisional acceptance requesting that the applicant retake the test and score > 150 in each section. Again, if you meet the minimums (3.0, 150math/150verbal/3.5aw, ccrn, 1 yr ICU exp), you have a chance. Good luck everyone!