Each semester the P/T doesn't really have that many applicants. In total there are about 10-15 people over what the program takes in and ussally 8 of those people probably shouldn't have applied in the first place (like they got C's in anatomy). If you get a 90+ on the TEAS thats basically is an automatic in for most people with a 3.6.
Accelerated last year had a good group by that I mean people with Masters degrees, MBA, Darmouth, USC, berkley, ect...so yea competition was high to get in. lowest i know of was about a 90 on the TEAS and 3.66GPA.
Regular track: dunno but seems to be 3.5+ GPA and 86+TEAS from what I remembered, but no one really cares since once your in you just don't GAF .
But also remember that they took 10 slots away last year (34 to 24 positions), so now there is more competition and they didn't anyone that had occurred during the application process. NSC kept a great staff and honestly its like going to a private college unlike UNLV where your thrown in with 64 students...NSC teachers know your name and each student on a one on one basis.
Download the new point system, take nursing 100 its a b.s class and easy as to get an A in. google NSC nursing and it will show you on their page the point system.
and one HUGE PS
Most hospitals are phasing out anyone with less than a BSN. they are all trying to get magnet status so its worth taking the same time to get the BSN than just that associates.