Just a few questions.
I have completed my prereqs for nursing. I failed one of the anatomy and physiology courses. I haven't retaken it yet as they are both expired now. I really want to get into the RN program at BCIT. However, they are really competitive. I emailed admissions and they said that almost everyone who applies has a bachelors degree or a certificate or diploma in science or the health field. I am planning to apply to the Health Care Assistant Program for September of 2018 at either Douglas College or VCC in the hopes of getting into BCIT in a few years. However, I am on the brink of failing two elective courses ( Health and Fitness and Anatomy and Physiology). I am working more than full-time and have almost no time to study. I've had a really hard year and I am trying to work as much as possible now because I want to have as little student debt as possible. Do I ruin any chance of getting into any nursing school
(not just BCIT) if I fail these courses? If I do really well in the HCA program will the nursing admission committee be able to somewhat overlook the courses I have failed or done poorly in?I have wanted to go into nursing for a long time but it seems like there are so many obstacles... Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.