So it is official: you don't have the balls to re-take the GRE -- probably because you realize that you lack the aptitude to score any higher than a 44 - 45% on the quantitative section anyways -- and you will absolutely never be granted admittance to nor ever graduate as an AA from South University. This is simply cold, hard reality putting you in your place. Good.
Now hopefully, Emory, Nova, and whichever other schools you apply to will flat-out reject you as well without even a cursory look at your pathetic, waste-of-paper excuse for an application. A quick browse of Emory's website revealed that last year's matriculating class had an average GRE quantitative percentile score of 67%. Your score is around 44%. Yes, Emory accepts a few students per cycle whose statistics are below average.
I don't approve of it, but I could see them accepting someone whose quantitative score is 5 or 6% below average... But 23% below average? There's just no way that's going to happen, especially since you admitted that you have no other unique traits to set yourself apart from the rest of the applicant population (other than a severely below-average capacity for processing high school level math problems).
Hah - You're not going to AA school! LOL!
I just can't help but laugh because you, like several other individuals who have wasted their time applying to AA programs and discussing their plights on this forum, will waste even more time waiting over the next 2-3 months to receive a steady stream of rejection letters... when you could have been pursuing a career that can be feasibly attained by your grade-Z level of intellect.