I have known, myself included, people who are bilingual and not only have been accepted to nursing school
, but also finished it! So yes, you can do it! If you are that concerned about the TEAS test, buy a book that helps you study for it. You can find it at any large bookstore and at Amazon
Now, the most difficult part of nursing school is not getting in, it's getting through it. A strong support system is important... be it family and/or friends. If you are a single parent with 2 kids, it will definitely put stress on your daily life until you are done. Working during nursing school is difficult, and I would dare say almost impossible if you sign up to one of those accelerated programs.
In nursing school (RN program) you will need to have a flexible schedule to accomodate your clinical experiences and take time off when it comes time for your practicum. I am not sure how the LPN program is setup, but it takes less overall time to complete the degree.
I wish you all the best!