I have wanted to be a CRNA every since I was in high school (10+ yrs ago) I went off to college when I graduated and got homesick and came home after the first semester. It has taken me 9 years to get back in school. I was very frank with the admissions director about my plans to become a CRNA and how important it was for me to stay on the RN track. At the time it was too late for me to get into the RN program because the class was full but I could do the LPN program instead and while I'm waiting to get back into an RN program I would be able to work and what not. I hoping and praying that I didn't make a mistake. I'm still taking classes that I think will go towards that program (microbiology, etc). Would it be in my best interest to work towards my associate's degree in science & and then go on to get my BSN and continue from there or should I do the LPN to RN, etc?