I had the same concern since I don't have all of my prerequisites finished. I attended the GEPN information session recently and was told they're not looking at your prerequisites that much for the application. I was told it if it comes down to two people that are close in terms of everything else that they may look at your A&P classes. I was told they want you to work on your prerequisites and have them fresh in your mind for if/when you start the GEPN year.
I'm a military spouse and just returned to the U.S. after living abroad for nearly 4 years. During that time, I worked as a preschool teacher. I tried to relate some of the things I did in that capacity to why I would be a good candidate for the program. I didn't have much to go on healthcare wise, but I'm hoping they'll look at everything collectively.
I contacted them today and found out that they already have 125 applications submitted. The competition looks pretty fierce for this next cohort. Good luck everyone!