Just wondering if anyone could shed any light onto CRNA programs. I am currently in school (starting pre-reqs next semester) to get my associates in nursing. I would ideally like to pursue a career as a nurse anesthetist. I like chemistry, especially dealing with pharmacy/drug interactions. However, my grades don't really reflect this... I have a 3.3 GPA in my chem degree. And I know they look highly on the science grades and mine are "okay" in chemistry, but I strugged in college for a variety of non-collegiate reasons. I wish I could take back, but I can't now. I don't want my GPA to hurt me once I apply to a CRNA program. So, is there anything I can do to help increase my chances of being accepted into a CRNA program after my experence as a CCN?
Any help/advice would be appreciated!