So, after many years of being in school, then dropping out due to personal reasons, I'm now back in school and taking it very serious. It's been a long hard road in my adult years and I just haven't been able to stick my a dream of being a nurse. Until now. The problem is my GPA at a previous school. I had to drop out 3 different times, and didn't do it the proper way. So now I have a bunch of Fs since I wasn't smart enough to withdraw.
My collective GPA is 2.5 but my GPA at my current school is 3.86. I need a minimum of 2.8 to even be considered for nursing school in my area. I'm lost at what I should do. I'm really working hard now, putting in 19 hour days with full-time work and school 5 days a week. Making As, on the Honor Council, but it looks like it won't be enough. Feels like I will always be punished for the transgression of my youth. I'm almost 43 now and I don't want to be going to school for nothing. There isn't ANYTHING I would rather do than be a nurse.
Please help with any advice. TIA.