Your chances of passing are looking very slim. When is your drop date? If you can drop after your next exam (in case it doesn't go well) then you should just wait & see what you get first. However, if your drop date is already close, then I would just drop the course because you don't want to risk having a failure on your transcript.
I started my ABSN program last semester & had to drop two classes that I highly risked failing. I was devastated of course but I am now retaking those classes and am in a better space, with a better focus. If I would have stayed in those two classes knowing how bad my exam scores were, I would have failed both of them & would have gotten kicked out of my program. I'm now doing much better in those classes (still struggling a little in one of them though) and I don't regret dropping them. It's better to repeat than to fail.
I know it's scary & it feels like you're quitting too early, but it's literally for the best. Your goal is to graduate & do well in your classes, especially if you want to continue your education afterwards. In the end, if you still choose to stay in that class then you really need to
1. Start studying with your classmates who are doing well in that class.
2. Go to tutoring like 1-3 times a week! As much as you can.
3. Change your study habits. If you're struggling in that class then that means you need to study every single day (no joke). Start making flash cards weeks before the next exam, watch YouTube videos, meet with your teacher, get a good tutor, study with another person and make sure you can explain every detail to them so you're sure that you know the material.
4. Utilize all of the study materials you are given. Use the questions at the end of the chapters in your book to study. Also, if your school uses Evolve then make you practice all of the questions that the website offers. Repetition is key!
Keep us updated on your decision! And don't worry, you will become an amazing nurse in the end :)