Ok, so I need some advice if at all possible.
My ultimate plan in the big scheme of things is to become a CRNA.
Im in my Junior year of high school now in New Jersey, and I figured I should start getting really focused and think about what I am going to do with my life.
In my freshman and sophmore years, ill admit, I probably didnt do my best school work, but so far in Junior year im a straight A student. In my previous 2 years of high school id say my that my grades averaged up would be like a C+, B- or so.. this kind of scares me college wise. But like I said, so far, straight A's. Im also doing sports this year for extra curricular activites.
Now im not quite sure if I should apply for a generic BSN program ( not sure of the competitiveness for colleges )
or should I go to like a community college just so I can get my RN, then work a little and apply for a RN-BSN program (
I guess to sum my situation up, if everything goes according to plan, if I get a good SAT score and a very good GPA my junior year, do you think I have a chance at my route to becoming a CRNA even though my grades werent that stellar in my first two years of high school?