Me too! Also a military spouse, I started my pre-requisites in SC, then transferred to VA, once in VA when I decided to really go for nursing, I figured out I only had 30 months left on that set of orders. I changed my plans to LPN because I knew I knew I could finish the program and start working before we moved. Then we got orders to FL and once here I started to finish up the last few prerequisite classes so I could apply to the LPN-RN bridge. With only two classes left, I met with the advisor and was crushed to hear that with all my transfer credits, my points didn't add up to much and my chances to get into the program were slim, even though I have a good GPA, I just didn't get as many points because I took them all over the place. So I sacked that idea and applied to a private college and I am currently 1/2 way through my LPN-RN bridge. If I had continued at the local community college, I would have just submitted my application to the bridge. They have over 200 applicants to 36 seats. Who knows how long I would have been sitting around waiting to get in.