hello, i'm new here, & i just have a couple of questions about getting into the nursing program
at memphis. I was eligible to be accepted as a freshman into the nursing program, but my forms weren't turned in early enough & now I have to worry about being accepted during the school year. But i'm extremely nervous about it. While I was in high school I took dual-enrollment classes, probably the worst mistake I ever could have made. We took them through the local community college & the teachers were terrible. I'm a smart person, & i dont blame anyone but myself for the grades that I make in my classes, but the teachers there i guess just weren't used to high school students. Anyway, I took General Chemistry 1&2 and made a C, English 1 made a C, English 2 made a B, & took psych 1&2 and made A's. My question is, will those chemistry courses affect me in being accepted into the nursing program? So far i'm starting college with a 2.8 instead of a completely clean slate with those grades transfered. I know that you have to have at least have a 2.7 to apply to the program, but I saw on earlier boards that to be competitive you need a 3.0. I dont want these dual-enrollment classes that i took in high school to affect my future into getting accepted into the nursing program. I'm still confused on if I need the chemistry classes or not & if i should just start completely fresh or stick with what i have. please help me! i'm really worried about this. & hopefully, i'm not talking complete jibberish. thank you!