Okay, I had a similar situation. I already have a B.S. in Psy, so you would think that I would not have to take PSY 101 (i.e. Freshman Psych, no matter how you label it). Well...I did. I also had to retake several other classes that were too old. I could have clepped (challenged) some classes, but therein lies the rub. If you clep a course that is on the points list, then you don't receive points for it.
So the bottom line is that you will first have to get all your transcripts to Forsyth Tech AND they will have to be evaluated. You also will have to get your High School transcripts.
Once they arrive, you can speak to an admissions counselor. Until those previous courses are evaluated though, you are pretty much stuck. You cannot even be admitted to the college until those transcripts arrive.
The cut-off to apply to the Spring nursing program is Sep 29th. So to even be able to apply, you are going to have to hurry. http://www.forsythtech.edu/uploads/6...u-December.pdf
Once your transcripts are evaluated, see what you still need to take. http://www.forsythtech.edu/uploads/d...ADN-packet.pdf
I think what is really going to stop you at this point is that you also have to have your transcripts in before you can take the TEAS test (look at the Assoc Degree Nursing link above). At this point you most likely will not have time to sit for test before the Spring ADN applications are due.
Your best bet is to probably get everything together and apply for next Fall; cut-off is Mar 1st. BUT, there is a down-side to that also. The classes that count for points must be completed before the ADN application is submitted. So even if you are taking the required Anatomy course in the Spring, those points still will not count towards your ranking. (Again, see the link above for a detailed explanation.)
Finally, there is one more thing I would suggest. If you have been out of school for some time, I would take a biology refresher before attempting Anatomy or Physiology. I received very high marks in Bio and Chem 20 years ago. I fell flat on my face when I tried to jump right back into Physiology. I took BIO 094 at Forsyth before I attempted Anatomy again, and both classes were very easy to handle.