I am Anne, a recent graduate at UC Davis with a degree in Biochemistry. Currently, I am taking nursing prerequisites and planning on applying to a BSN program in the Fall here in the Bay Area.
Anyone here had an uncompetitive undergraduate GPA and got into a DNAP program in California? I am interested in becoming a CRNA; however, my current cumulative undergraduate GPA at UC Davis is 3.088. This is discouraging me a little bit from pursuing CRNA because I know that there are a lot of applicants with an outstanding GPA. But if I maintain to get "A" grades throughout my BSN academic career, then I might have a chance.
I know that Nation University, Fresno and CSU Fullerton calculate the last 60 semester/90 quarter units GPA but require to earn all "A" grades in science courses. I am not sure if those science courses take into account everything or just the BSN science courses. I'm also interested in USC's DNAP program.
Any advice and/or response is highly appreciated. Thank you so much!