So I should be graduating next year with an AA, BS in Physics, minor in math ~3.4/3.6gpa. GRE 55% verbal 87% qualitative 4 in writing with a Physics GRE score of 710 (~55%). Undergrad research along with an REU. I can probably retake the GRE as I have another year of undergrad left. With this being said, I will be able to read a book or two before applying to a Grad school for Nuclear Engineering (had academic scheduling problems which leaves me with time). My question is how do schools look at someone like me without a nuke/engineering degree? I feel I should state that I have read up on the subject and this should help, but in general?