Hi! I read the other thread about this, but I felt like I needed a bit more advice. I'm a rising senior at a good undergrad school with a terrible GPA (2.4). I hate my major (Chemistry) and I'm not doing well in my science classes. After working with a lot of nurses (I've worked at Health Services as a student aid for 3 years), I realized that I would love to pursue nursing. But I obviously don't have the academics for it. It's my senior year already, and I'm running out of options. I've worked with a lot of doctors, nurses, and PAs over the years and they all agree that I have what it takes to be in the medical profession; but the academic courses are really killing me. I'm frustrated beyond words with myself and I don't know how to turn my life around. What are the steps that I need to make to make this dream a possibility?