I know most CRNA schools
require at least a 3.0 GPA for admission. In reality...all opinions are welcome here....what do you think the real average GPA is for students entering CRNA school. I am assuming it is higher than 3.0.
Sep 16, '06
I agree with Outdoor1. I have a GPA of 3.2, and will have almost five years of nursing experience including PICU and most currently MICU/SICU. I was admitted to my CRNA program with a great interview, and currently crossing my fingers with my 2nd interview. If you have a slightly lower GPA, let the interview board see your strong qualities that will help balance out your weaknesses. Good luck!
Last edit by LIZPICURN on Sep 16, '06