I've switched from being a chemistry major to a chemistry minor and am now actively pursuing a BSN at UTA. I have 3/4 of the pre-reqs completed, currently hold a 4.0 and have a long term goal of becoming a CRNA in the far off future. However, I have heard many horror stories of Nursing students entering with a 4.0 and graduating with below a 3.0..All I know is that all of the CRNA programs within my state, Texas, ask for a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have told me the average GPA of their accepted participants is a 3.8. My question is this. For a student with a high drive to excel, is it usually impossible to hold high A's within Nursing school? Are my expectations too high? Thank you.