I've been studying at a university for 2.5 years. By the end of this Fall I'll have completed (most) of the requirements to transfer into nursing school: anatomy w/lab, physiology w/lab, chem w/lab, sociology, psych, nutrition, math, stats, etc. My grades in these pre-req classes are really good, but not so good in my other classes (I am a Comp. Sci major.) I'm trying to get into a nursing school for Spring 2013 and have begun to start my applications. However, due to health problems and a lot of stuff going on, my university gpa is VERY low (about a 2.4).
I'm wondering if it would be better to apply as a regular freshman and do nursing school for the full 4 years, instead of applying as a transfer student. My high school gpa was really good (a 3.4, I think) so I'm thinking my chances of getting into a good school would be better if I didn't mention my other college classes.. Is that possible?
I've already applied to JCHS for spring as a transfer student, but I want to have some backups.. and all the schools I've looked at have a minimum gpa requirement of 2.7~3.0.
What are my options here?