I am an RN with nearly 20 years of experience. I have wanted to be a midwife since I did a creative display project about the profession for HOSA competition when I was in my practical nursing program. Labor and delivery jobs are hard to cone by here so I never got that experience. After teaching for the past three years I have decided its time. I am interested in Frontier and Vanderbilt. Neither my ADN nor BSN required me to take Chemistry so I'm wondering if that is something I will have to go back and pick up. Also, my stats class was taken a community college and I hope to never see that class again, but will do whatever it takes. If you need the assessment class do you take it before you apply or do they add it into your schedule? So many questions I know. We have arranged our finances so that I shouldn't have to work. My husband is retired military and we have four children. I have a decent GPA of 3.9. Is there any advise you can offer because this has been my dream for so long and I really don't want to screw it up.