It might up your chances having some type of background because many schools do look at things like that so it wouldn't hurt to produce transcripts but, getting into an lon program mainly depends on your entrance test exam scores, interviews, etc.
You should be able to get into a nursing program because most only require the pre reqs done like med terminology,a&p,eng,psy and college algebra. I took up medical office assistant about a year ago and most of my classes were transferrable to an LPN program. As long as your science courses are C or better and 5 years or less when completed you should be okay. The school you are interested in will tell you what else is needed.