Hello all -
For some time now I have been visiting this board reading about peoples background and interests. Ive noticed that the community is great at offering advice for aspiring individuals. I hope the same is true for me. Perhpas this is not the correct thread for this, but here goes....
I graduated college in 2004 and have my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Since I have been working I have noticed a increasing lack of fullfillment in my profession. A combination of personal life experiences, faith, and shear enjoyment has pointed me to the medical field. I spent some time researching different avenues, and CRNA fits my desires to the T. Anyways, to get to the grind, I would like to your guys feeling of how I stand on achieving. Basically, the one thing that stands in my way is a poor GPA. My graduating class avg. was 2.84 and my GPA was about avg. Having said that, I have been taking night classes to fill the requirements for getting into a BSN nursing school
and have recieved mostly As with a few Bs. Basically my question boils down to, how much impact will my undergraduate affect my ability to get accepted to a CRNA program, assuming I do stellar in nursing school grade wise. Any information is very much appreciated! Thank you in advance