Quote from MomtaRN2B2020
Thanks everyone for your feedback. I did speak with the admissions office who told me that they don't expect much to change when it comes to selection. She said if anything our rankings may change but that's about it. She then said to me "you are finished with all your prerequisite so I think you should be good." Hopefully I am not reading into it too much.
You're accepted, but you can still screw it up, basically.
Don't fail any prereqs (just don't fail any classes), don't drop below the minimum GPA, and do whatever your state requires for being cleared to do clinicals (probably a background check, drug test, immunizations, stuff like that).
That was your acceptance letter, unless your school is run by terrible people.
This is a common way of being accepted. It means that you're in, but there's probably a whole process with the BON / clinical sites that you have to do and be cleared before you can be officially accepted. And ofc your school still needs their final grades to make sure that everyone they accepted still meets their criteria.