I am an ADN RN currently working in a level II surgical/trauma ICU and about to start an RN-BSN program with the goal of applying to CRNA school. My ADN did not require chemistry (well they did but I had very high scores on the natural science extrance exam and was granted advanced standing) and the RN - BSN prorgam doesn't either. I have visited the web sites of many CRNA schools
and noticed that some require chem and some do not.
What I am most interested in is being a successful CRNA student (and later CRNA of course) but do not want to spend extra time and money on something I don't need.
DO I need chemistry to be a successful student and CRNA?