Quote from Lolita34
I would meet with an advisor before taking the chemistry class again. I made an A in A&P 1&2 and microbiology but a C in statistics and chemistry and I got accepted to a BSN program. Good luck!
^ Agreed. Got a C in Chemistry and still was accepted in a BSN program...my University BSN program has a LPN-BSN, RN-BSN, and an accelerated traditional part-time BSN program.
I also agree to speak to a counselor, HOWEVER, I also suggest you researching into what schools are in your area, or what schools you are interested in, and look at their required courses. Every school is different in terms of transferring credits, and will transfer what is needed for the program and may make you retake classes or challenge the classes with lower grades. Contact the schools and find out about their process. They may require grades only, or grades, interview, and entrance exam, etc.
Whatever school you choose, make sure the school is accepted by the state BON. I have seen recent posts on how some BONs are not accepting private for-profit universities or having additional requirement because of their accreditation status, or other factors. In any case find out what schools are best for you. I researched, and picked out the school that I wanted to attend...I actually picked out two, and I was accepted...I choose the accelerated one, which had me done in 2 years of nursing part time with consecutive semesters including summers, while the other was part-time for four years. My community college had a transfer office, and they had each area college and university's programs, and what credits were need prior to transferring into the program. Once I knew what university's I wanted to transfer into, I finished as many courses that I could, and was able to transfer.
Hope your CC has a transfer office. Utilize those counselors and start from there. Good Luck!