I know of people that have been accepted within the last year that not only haven't taken pathophysiology, but they didn't even have six months of CNA or healthcare experience... If you haven't taken patho yet, I would still apply, that way even if you don't get in you'll get more points applying a second consecutive time. I took patho at SLCC with the main instructor, Tanya, and she was great. Let me know what you end up doing.
Also, I took the PAX test yesterday and scored 145/160. I'd give yourself at least a month to prepare for it. I bought a book on Amazon
that reviews material for the PAX test, and it was very helpful. The material in the book is more difficult than the actual test, so you'll be more than prepared when it comes to taking the real test.
Yeah it might be frustrating having to check off all of these things just to be able to apply to programs, but you're not alone, and we might as well get it over with, because who knows what they'll add in the next couples of years... "Finish these prerequisites, volunteer, get work experience, oh and cure cancer... and maybe we'll consider you."