hi there!! I'm currently in the GBC PN program, in my last semester. I feel like I was in a similar situation to you. However, I had completed my university degree in Kinesiology, realized it wasn't for me, and wanted to pursue nursing (RN). I applied to accelerated programs and didn't get in. I thought about doing RPN programs but I knew they would look at high schools grades and mine were low in high school. Like a few 80s here and there but a 75 and a 50 in Chemistry (these were all 12U courses). So I actually did pre-health science at George Brown and got A+ in every course and applied to GBC's practical nursing program. I got accepted, and I contacted the admission officer because I realized my offer wasn't conditional to me finishing my pre-health certificate. What the admission officer told me is that they didn't even look at my pre-health grades and admitted me off my high School marks! 8 months wasted for nothing LOL But your grades are good and they are university level courses, so colleges take that into account. I think you will be fine. The real thing to worry about is the video interview for the nursing program. That is the deciding factor on whether you will be accepted or not.