Sorry it took me so long to reply
I can't give you specifics for what's competitive, you'd have to contact the SON. I can only give you my experience, but even then, it seems that these decisions are multi-factored. I am a strong student but I have worked heavily in various health care settings. Id like to think I have put in my dues. I had a couple Bs (only one B in science but I was working full time and finished my prereqs in like 9 months while working) but all As I think where it counts.
I would focus on the personal statement, have a strong resume, deliver all your paperwork very professionally, meet nursing professionals in the area you are interested in, and/or have strong references from a health care job. (I even used resume paper for my personal statement- everything matched the way I would submit for a very important job). I wanted them to see how important it was to me. To show that I'm not just grades, I'm a well-rounded, professional.
This is just my advice no matter where you apply. I think we just don't give enough credit to people who appreciate the small details that may be on a committee deciding your admission decision. I mean don't get me wrong, do well in prerequisites, just don't compare yourself to what you think other people have. I didn't do that great on GRE.
But I'd rather not ask them why they chose me, I'm just glad they did...
Sorry for the long spill...
Good luck to you!