Thank you everyone for your input. It helped tremendously. My final goal is to be a NICU Nurse. I completely quit everything. I work as a CNA (Rehabilitation) and stay home with my daughter during the week. I feel pressured because of my age 34. Including , I am trying to get done before my daughter starts kindergarten she is 2.
I was thinking work as a LPN, take the sciences I need and bridge over to RN. I want to make sure the whole "not enough experience" factor does not come into play with this second career journey I am taking. As that has hindered me from progressing with my MHA degree. Everyone says get my RN and I agree but my finances, impatience, and indecisive is driving me nuts :/.
Would working as a LPN while in school for my RN suffice for the 1 year experience the hospital requires as a new grad ? I just want to get out there, but smarter than what I did before with my Health Administration degrees.
P.S. in regards to my math skills I am going to tutor sessions which have helped tremendously with the testing skills and test content. No shame in asking for help over here .. I need all the help I can get :)