Pre-CRNA thinking about AA now - page 2
I am currently a student at Emory University in the BSN program. I have a year left, and ultimately I want to become a CRNA. That means that after graduation I will need to find an ICU job, sign a two year contract to get trained... Read More
- 0Mar 13, '13 by yankeesrnIt seems like your more focused on the money aspect. Taking the easy way is usually not the best way to go, especially in the long run. As long as your GPA is above 3.0 you have a good chance. Most programs look at the whole package, not just GPA. Don't settle for less and go to AA school, be confident in yourself and do everything you can to become a CRNA.