If anyone can get me any advice on this it would be gravely appreciated. I just recently graduated from college with my BS in Psychology(a degree that I really didn't want but was to far in to turn back), and I want to go to nursing school to achieve my ultimate goal of becoming a CRNA. My dilemma is that my undergrad degree wasn't the best 2.0 and i recently applied to a few schools and was turned away because my gpa wasn't the 2.5,2.75,or 3.0 they were looking for. I know I have what it takes to excel in the program. I have great references, recommendations, work experience(currently I have been working as a nurse tech or senior tech for a year and was a stna for 2 years before). I have contact several schools about my dilemma and they seem to all say the same thing that basically there program is not the right one for me. So I'm kind of at the point of throwing in the towel(giving up on this dream) because how am i to prove myself it no one is willing to take a chance on me? If anyone can help me out in what other possible steps I can take that would be great? Any schools, programs, gpa requirements, ways to prove myself other than the number they see on my transcripts?