i'm curious to hear from those who have applied or been accepted to nurse anesthesia programs on what the average applicant's science grades look like. i know that there is no single answer for this, but i'm look for a range. i have a pretty good cumulative gpa (3.6-3.7); however, my science grades aren't phenomenal: a&p i and ii = a and a b, microbiology = b, pathophysiology = b, pharmacology = b, general biology i and ii = b and a b, general chemistry i = b, general physics i = b, and calculus i = a.
i took general biology, chemistry, and physics as electives while i was completing my b.s. in computer science. i'm not sure if these classes will be a factor in computing my science gpa. can anybody give me an idea of which classes nurse anesthesia programs will factor into my science gpa? would it be worthwhile to retake any of these classes? should i not retake any classes and just try my hand at getting accepted as my grades stand now? thanks!