I plan on applying to CRNA one day after a few years of nursing experience in the ICU setting. I know the minimum GPA requirement for CRNA schools
is 3.0, but what's the lowest GPA you've heard of a person having that's gotten accepted? By the time I'm out of school with my BSN my GPA will probably be between 3.0-3.3, so I was wondering if that was going to hurt me a lot being that the majority of SRNA's get in with 3.5 and higher GPA's. Will I just have to make up for it in years of experience, credentials, GRE, interviews, ect..? I've heard if you're weak in one area you usually have to make up for it in another. I know me applying to CRNA school is well on the horizon, but that doesn't mean I don't think about these things now. I've just been curious lately and any advice or opinions would be very much appreciated!! Thanks in advance!!