They don't really release it. I am a current GEPN and my classmates are some really impressive, wonderful people. Yale is very competitive (it's Yale, so yeah) BUT it is not all about GRE and grades. More important is who you are as a person--how passionate you are about nursing, what you've done in the past, and what you are going to bring to the table at Yale. The best advice I can give you, having been in your position a year ago, is to just do you. Spend a lot of time on your essay and resume/CV. Get good recommendations. Yale really looks at who you are as a big picture. They could easily fill their class with 4.0s and great GRE scores but they are looking for more than that. They really let in people that they think will add something to the APRN profession and the Yale community. Obviously I am not on the admissions committee but this is my takeaway from talking to faculty and other classmates.