Hey I am in accelerated program at NYU heading into my last semester looking to finish with an 3.7 BSN GPA. However in my first degree I semi took school seriously finishing with a 3.44 GPA with an A plus in Anatomy and Phys 1 B in Anatomy and Phys 2 B- in Micro Bio and a C in Chemistry 1. The thing with CRNA school is that is competitive and to be honest if it didn't exist I would be an Operating room nurse without a question. I don't feel like its worth the gamble of being an ICU nurse (which I don't really want to do) to become a CRNA. I work in the operating room already as nursing assistant and I get told everyday by management, CRNA, perfusionist, nurses etc to do CRNA. It's not my nursing school GPA I am worried about being that I even got A's in both patho and pharm its my undergrad GPA. Personally I can only see myself as a ICU nurse for a year if I was to do CRNA, which probably won't happen because I would need to retake a couple of undergrad science courses. I am in need of advice, is my GPA good as stands? Or am I looking at 2-3 years in the ICU in order to get into CRNA school?