Their acceptance rate is around 23%, so I don't think it's much easier to get into. That being said, GBCN looks at applicants holistically - they do not look at only GPA and test scores. Because of this, you may be able to get in with a lower GPA than another school requires simply because you have a commitment to public service, interesting life experience that will contribute to your becoming a good nurse, previous leadership positions held, etc.
I applied with around a 3.7 overall, and a 4.0 science GPA. The science GPA is weighted more heavily at Mercer, compared to other schools that look at overall or pre-req GPA. My TEAS was in the 99th percentile, but I know of classmates who got in with a TEAS in the high 70s. It all depends on who you are, as they evaluate everyone individually. Additionally, the essay is EXTREMELY important. This is your chance to shine and show them you really want to be a nurse, and you want to become one at GBCN. A stellar essay can make up for lower stats. I also got in to Emory and Georgia State - one of the hardest programs in the state to get in to, but Mercer has always been my first choice. I got a pretty good scholarship
to attend, so don't let the price scare you.