I had a B.A. in Music. Which was for all intents and purposes, useless. *grin*
I bartended, waitressed, managed eateries, etc for about 10 years, until I bowed to the inevitable, followed my heart and my gut, and went to nursing school.
Even though I had a B.A. Classes needed for NS were different, and they were unique. All the programs I was looking at required SOME of the same courses. Each of them requred a little something different.
What I did was, in the first semester I was fulfilling the rest of my prereqs, scope out the 2 or 3 programs I thought I wanted to get in the most. One of them would accept anatomy and physiology together in the same class, another wanted them separately. The first was more than thrilled if you took the two separately, even though they had the lesser requirement.
I ended up applying to both schools, and I was accepted to both.
My advice is. . . .take a look at the programs where you are? Which programs are most desirable? Which ones do you think you have the best chance of graduating from? Which ones are most financially feasible? Which ones offer the best financial aid?
Tailor your prerequisites to two or three of those programs. That way you won't have a program disqualify you because you don't have the necessary coursework, and if you have a class or two extra, it's just extra material you have to draw upon.
Best of luck!
If it is something you truly want to do, you will make it work!