The GPA varies with each entrance. They start at 4.0 for the prereqs and start working their way down (so, all 4.0, then 3.9, 3.8 etc), once they get to the lower numbers they use overall GPA only as a tie breaker. So, if two people have a 3.5 pre-req GPA, but one has an overall GPA of 3.24 and one of 3.44 then the one with the 3.44 gets in.
Classes. The days vary by location and time of classes (afternoon, morning, evening). My cohort has afternoons. We have clinicals on Wednesday from 6:30 am to 5 or something like that. We have class Thur and Fri from 12:30-3:30. We also have to do time in the simulation lab and time in the lab getting skills checked off. You need to be flexible with your schedule, and you need to plan to come to school to get your lab hours done.
We did not see evryone's GPA, but had a private group and shared our GPA's. We figured out the cutoof from there. There was also a HUGE amount of people that applied (400, which is actually half of how many applied to USF for even fewer available spots), but it seemed to have surprised the program.