Hi, I am currently a pre med undergrad college student. I am thinking about switching to nursing to pursue becoming a CRNA. I am wondering about something...I have taken calculus I and Physics I. These are not in a BSN degree plan. However, I am wondering, when applying to CRNA school, would having taken these classes make me stand out and look good as opposed to other applicants? I have a gpa right around 3.7-3.8. I made a B in both Calculus I and physics I.
Nov 12, '17
Short answer: Nope.
Long answer: it depends, since that's a good gpa. However, I have a BS in Chem as well as my BSN and what trumps that is what quality experience you have leading up to school. I'd say you have some soul searching to do... if you have never been in a hospital environment, go get your cna license and see what thats like.