I'm not sure if they do the Austin and El Paso (those are the only two offered in the spring) programs the same way they do Lubbock/Abilene/Permian Basin, but if they are the same then I wouldn't freak out too much about grades. I had a 90% on the TEAS and a 3.3 GPA and I got in. However, there were applicants who had better grades then me and didn't get in. The biggest factor they look for in admissions is whether or not you fit the program well. It is EXTREMELY demanding and they are looking for people who have both the drive and the support system to succeed. Most of the people in I've met in the program have at least some hospital experience (CNA, EMT, etc.) and don't have any/many other obligations in their lives right now. They want you to have a strong support system and be in a stable situation that will allow you to succeed. Hope that helps!