Yes, I am currently in a cohort. Just finished first semester distance learning. It's hard to have a real gauge bc I'm still out of state and class is currently online, but so far I enjoy my classmates and the program. The instructors are supportive and provide quick feedback. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone in person in August.
Stat wise, I'm kinda atypical I guess you would say. I'm an ADN with a Bachelor in another discipline, and almost a second Bach in Bio (I was one semester shy of finishing that), I have 330 undergrad credits. My GPA from my bachelor was abysmal. 2.4 GPA. Yeah. Young. Immature. Hated my major. Liked to socialize more than study. After grad went into the USAF, went back to school and was a stellar student. Was pre-med and had 3.5+ in all of my science and math classes. I have more science than the average bear above the general requirements. Genetics, Immunology, Physics I&II, Cell Biology, premed stuff. I double majored in nursing school in Graphic Design and finished with a 3.4(ish) GPA. GRE 302, Writing 4.5, 5 Years (at time of application) Neuro Trauma ICU experience, CCRN, ACLS, BLS, PALS, relief Charge, preceptor, specialty Stroke Alert nurse for our nurse driven stroke program, over 30 hours shadow time in two different facilities. Hope that helps. Everyone is different and everyone has strengths and weaknesses. It can be difficult to rack and stack yourself against others when selection can be relative. Yes. There are baseline "Stats" so to speak, but I feel there is much more to program selection than tangible stats. "Stats" get you interviews, your interview is what gets you selected. I'm no guru, I can only offer advice from my own experience. Best of luck.