My ultimate goal is to become a CRNA. I am currently a Junior in high school and am trying to plan how I want to go about getting into CRNA school and passing. Im curious of others ideas of the best way to do so in the least amount of time (i know it's time consuming and I'm willing to put in the work) and cost affective. My plan is to go to a community college close to home to get my Associates in nursing in two years right out of high school (is this possibly if I get the few prereq's they have or do I need all of the general courses?) and become an RN immediately. I'm thinking I might want to go into post op right out of school and maybe work my way into the ICU. While working full time I world like to pursue my bachelors degree online over 2-3 years. After I get my bachelors degree I'll see how comfortable I am in the ICU and depending in this send in applications to CRNA school or comings working in the ICU for another year. I was also wondering what my stats would need to be realisticly not just the required stats for community college nursing program
and the CRNA program? I think my GPA right now is around a 3.8 or 3.9. Tell it to me like it is. I'm willing to work hard for this longterm and want to know the truth of what I need to do. Thank you in advance for answering!