EXACTLY! It mentions in the admissions packet that you get a ".75" added to your "score" if you have an "A" in either A&P 1 or 2 or in Micro but doesn't mention what the "scoring" system is. Perhaps it simply means that if you have shown you can do good work in those classes, you are given more consideration? Or maybe it means that literally .75 is added on to your GPA, (assuming the NET is nothing more than a "weed out", that they don't actually consider the score but just make sure you achieved the minimum score). Just a thought.
In any event, it sounds like it's a bit more competitive than I had originally thought. I can't help but think though, from the few that have responded on this post, that we have are all in good shape. Retention is key, it keeps money in their pockets, so I can't help but think that those with previous degrees are in better shape, (meaning we've proven that we can make it through a program).