All the schools I know don't care about your premium. We all get through the selection process. In some nursing schools, after failing mathematics twice and also must pass it with a grade B or higher, the student is out. All the sciences must be B and greater. Failing 2x or 3x, the student is out. So failing one of the classes is enough to disqualify a student from applying. Another challenge is to pass a nursing entrance exam. In my experience, I'm a student nurse, this was limited to three tries. I passed the first try, but I wanted to be competitive. I took it and scored higher. In some nursing schools, the applicants can only take, for example, TEAS-ATI, 2x otherwise try to pass at 3x and find the nursing schools that accept 3x attempts.
When a student is officially accepted and admitted into the nursing program, the medication calculation must be passed at 90% to 100%. In my school, 2 mistakes are a fail. After failing it, depending on which nursing school your wife is in, she can probably retake 2x or 3x. She fails it, she will be withdrawn from the program and reapply. This is also limited.
FYI, I'm not underestimating your wife's intelligence. If she can wing everything in one year including her RN, let me know. I'll clone her.
Even with a quarterly class, I don't even know how she will magically complete the general education alone. 🤔