My name is Caleb, and I am currently a sophomore at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY. I'm just really curious if I have what it takes to become a CRNA. I know I'm in the very early stages of becoming a nurse, so my interests could change, but as of right now CRNA is what I really want to do. I have a cumulative GPA of a 3.7 my freshman year, and hopefully a GPA of a 4.0 this semester. Along with this, I also have A's in every single pre req for nursing school pending microbes and stats next semester (I'll do whatever it takes to have A's in those classes as well). If I had the option to, University at Buffalo would be my preferable grad school since it is closest to Rochester. I start clinical rotations next year, and plan on intensive care when I graduate. With all of this said, could anyone shed some light on CRNA school for me? Do I have the numbers? I know they aren't everything. Any things you guys could recommend to help build my resume/gain experience as of right now?
Thank you ahead of time for your vast knowledge,