Honestly, it depends on what part of Georgia you plan to go to nursing school in and what type of program you want to attend. I can tell you that in the Atlanta metro area, you are going to have a hard time getting in anywhere outside of Chamberlain or Herzing with a 2.0 science GPA. I have heard of people getting into GPC with an overall in the high 2's, but they require a 3.0 science GPA. Are you able to retake some of your sciences to bring that up? Some of the rural schools are highly competitive due to limited placements, and some are a bit easier to gain admission to. So it depends where you plan to go to school. There are very few (if any - I have not heard of any at all) lottery programs or waiting lists in Georgia. They are all competitive admissions. Some schools go by a points system based on GPA and TEAS, and some look at the applicant holistically - taking into account science GPA, overall GPA, TEAS scores, volunteer & leadership experience, and quality of an essay or personal statement. Even those schools will prefer a 3.0 GPA, and depending on the school, will only accept those with a 3.5+. In my experience, in some of the more competitive BSN and ADN programs, they typically do not accept anyone below a 3.7-3.8.
Most of the schools here require the TEAS V, with a few schools requiring HESI A2 or Kaplan. For the most part it's the TEAS though.
Realistically, you might have an uphill battle unless you go to a for profit school with less stringent requirements, or a school in the middle of nowhere with less applicants. Even then, your science GPA will hinder your chances. Looking at it from a school's perspective, it's a criteria for admission for a reason. Nursing is very heavily based in science. If you are lacking in foundational knowledge, how well can you be expected to do in the nursing classes? They are not going to have time go back and teach you the A&P when you're learning disease processes or pharmacology. As most schools require a grade of 2.5 or higher to pass your nursing classes, I can see why the admissions would be hesitant to admit someone with a 2.0. I will grant you that grades are not everything. However, they are one of the only tools an admissions committee has to judge your ability to make it through their program. At the end of the day, they definitely care about their NCLEX pass rates, as it affects their accreditation. Please know I am not saying any of these to be mean to you. I do not doubt your strong desire to be a nurse - I just want to give you an honest analysis of the situation. However, I would agree with the PP. Don't take my word for it. Definitely speak to an admissions rep at prospective schools and see what they recommend. My 0.02 - for your own benefit at the very least, you may want to retake some of those sciences.
If you have questions about specific areas or schools, I would be happy to answer them to the best of my ability. I have researched many schools in the state in my search for schools to apply to, and if you have a specific school or schools in mind, I can give you more detailed info about their respective programs.