I'm currently a year away from graduation at an intense BSN program in New York. Since my first year when l shadowed a CRNA, i've been completely intrigued by the profession.
I've been working very hard the past three years to build myself into a competitive applicant for grad school one day.
-I currently have a 3.76 GPA.
-Im in Sigma Theta Tau.
-I was President of our Student Nurses Association for 2 years, and am now currently the President of the entire student body.
-I've been in an ICU internship for the past year and will most likely be offered a job post-graduation.
-I've shadowed CRNA's before and should have 30 hours by the time l graduate.
My question for you: What can l do in my last year of undergrad to make my future application competitive? I am retaking Micro and Anatomy II (received B's) this summer which will increase my GPA to a 3.87.
Im hoping my leadership experience and ICU internship will make up for my GPA?
Any & all input is valued and will be taken into consideration.