Oh oh, you should have decided on 2-3 nursing schools that you wanted to apply to BEFORE starting to take your prereqs. You are making it harder on yourself because now you are working backwards and may have to spend longer taking prereqs because of it.
Step #1 Decide on 2-3 nursing schools--look up several nursing programs and decide on 2-3 that closely fit within your current GPA and the prereqs you have already taken. More than likely, there will be a few that you haven't taken that you will need to take for those schools, since you didn't look over the different prereqs requirements for nursing schools before starting to take classes. Most of the time, no two nursing schools have exactly the same prereqs unfortunately.
Step #2 Call each nursing school you are interested in and ask if they have any restrictions on transfer credits or any other special requirements you need to have to apply--CPR, TB test, physical etc. Most nursing schools have information sessions a few times a year this is the best way to find out about each program and ask any questions you may have.
Step #3 ADN or BSN? ADN is usually a 2 year program and it is an Associates degree in nursing and usually offered at community colleges, county or teaching hospitals. BSN is a Bachelors in nursing and is a 2 (accelerated)-3 year program is usually offered at state colleges & private colleges. The ADN & BSN aren't really that different in terms of one being "better" than the other you can get your RN license with either degree but the ADN is the faster route that most people take BUT! alot of hospitals and other places are phasing out hiring ADN's and hiring only BSN nurses. The best way to find out which is the best route to take is to look at the job boards for the hospitals and clinics in your area. If 95% of the job boards are looking for BSN's, then there's your answer on what program to go into. If you find/run into alot of listings for ADN's, then go for that. Then work as an ADN for a little while to get some experience under your belt and then just do an RN-BSN bridge program a year or two later. Tada!
Hope that helps! Anymore questions you can PM me, I'm always glad to help folks