In my first semester, school was my life! There was always something to do every week, so be prepared to do a lot of sitting =P. Fortunately, I still had time to work once a week and spend a few hours with my family and friends on some weekends. In your first semester you will be taking Transitions to Nursing, Patho/Pharm, Mental Health, Health Assessment/Lab, Skills lab, & mental health clinical. For me, the classes weren't difficult or easy. However, I did study a lot. Clinicals are usually held in Oakland, SF, Walnut Creek, and Concord areas.
As for the interview, it depends if you're invited for CM or FNP. I interviewed for the CM track and mine was an individual interview. I can't remember the exact questions, but focus on why you chose this school and CM track, your background, strengths/weaknesses, and motivation for the profession. They will also go over your transcripts and point out any inconsistencies, so prepare to have an explanation for below average grades. In the end, you will have to write a short prompt.
For statistics, I'm sure you can find it online somewhere. I'm don't know my cohort's statistics, but I don't mind sharing mine. I had a 3.3 undergrad GPA, 4.0 prerequisites GPA, 86.5% TEAS.
If you get an interview, you're pretty much golden. Unless you're really bad at interviewing. For now, sit back and relax because that's all you can do! Be patient, they will not notify people until February. I didn't get an interview until the end of February!
Hope this helps!