I dealt with a similar situation a year and a half ago. I had no idea what I wanted to do and the only thing that mattered to me was working full time and living on my own. At one point my GPA got REALLY low and seemed hopeless. Eventually I snapped out of it, job shadowed, and fell in love with nursing. As a start, I went back to school and started retaking "universal" classes that are needed for most nursing programs
(Chemistry, math, english, etc). I looked into any and all nursing schools that I was interested in and found out exactly what their prerequisite list was. Some were attainable and some were not. Some nursing schools take your GPA from the school you are transferring from and don't look at anything else, while other schools take your GPA based off of ONLY their specific prerequisite list. For example, my GPA at the school I was transferring from was a 1.9, but based off of my future nursing school's prerequisite list, my GPA was a 3.75. Honestly, all programs have their own requirements and the key is going to be finding out exactly what each school needs from you. I was not eligible for an accelerated program, but I was eligible for the BSN entry level program. I am now in the midst of nursing school and obtaining my BSN. My advice would be to not get discouraged, look into an entry level BSN program rather than an accelerated program, and find a school that doesn't strictly look at your transfer GPA. It all seems so overwhelming, but take it one step at a time and it will work out faster than you think.