Well, this is why I asked about TEAS averages for the incoming class. My overall GPA is not competitive but by some grace, was given an interview. My pre-req grades were competitive/ok and have a year of CNA experience. At the end of my interview, I was urged to take the TEAS asap. I moved my exam up to early March and got a 90 (98%tile).
So I think (and hope) TEAS does affect their decision if you have a non competitive GPA. I presume a conditional acceptance means you just need to pass their TEAS 60% benchmark and/or whatever pre-req courses you have left with a C or higher, and voila, you're in.