Hopefully this eases y'alls worries some. I was accepted into the Fall 2017 class. I'll put my stats in detail below.
Btw, I took it twice.
Overall GPA: 3.94
Science GPA: 4.0
Army Veteran; Combat Medic; EMT
And a really good written personal statement
This class though, they're the best of the best students out there. Top notch candidates! (That does not include myself) LOL
For the denials, they come out in waves just like the interviews do. The professors & ppl in charge of selecting the students meet every other week (if I'm remembering correctly) to review applications. Now, they will send out denial letters up front to the applicants that don't meet the requirements. Mind you, Fall semesters have the highest requirements.
For all the semesters, if your GPA is at or below 3.0, you probably won't get in. If you make less than a 70% in any of the sections of the TEAS, you probably won't get in either. For fall semesters specifically, I was told any GPA below 3.5 will probably not make the cut off and TEAS scores at or below 80 won't either. You want an 85 or better to be competitive. BUT, as you can see from my stats, there are exceptions! That's what I love about UTMB. They look at the individual all together, not just the stats. I know for certain at UTHSC, they only look at the GPAs and the HESI/TEAS scores. I can't remember which test they wanted. That was also mentioned at their open house, so it's not a secret by any means. I probably wouldn't have gotten accepted myself if they had only looked at my numbers.