That's good, I feel like a lot of people who never got call-backs were the ones who had merely taken the classes, gotten awesome grades, but had no medical experience whatsoever.
Write really good essays (take them to the writing center, have your friends/family scrutinize them), get letters of recommendation from people working in healthcare (doctors, nurses, etc.) or your instructors (Rowena Korpal did mine, she taught A/P at Pierce in Steilacoom), impress Mary Bath-Balough if you can if you're at Steilacoom
(she is on the board of admissions). For the interview process, be prepared to answer critical thinking questions - not your standard, "Why do you want to be a nurse?" type qs.