What is considered competitive GPA?


I know science GPA is one of the major factors for acceptance in most CRNA schools. I was wondering what science GPA would be considered competitive? Does anybody get in a CRNA school with lower than a 3.4 GPA?


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If you read enough of these threads, you will come across some people who have been accepted with GPAs in the 3.0-3.2 range. But that's really an individual situation. Contact the schools you're interested in to find out who really gets in--their GPAs, GRE scores and years of experience. If you're weak in one area, you need to be strong in others. Get your CCRN, get on committees, take extra classes, etc. Your GPA, GRE and experience will get you an interview (or not). You still need to do well in the interview. Your best shot is to make yourself the very best candidate you can be. The bar gets higher every year.


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thank you! I just wanted to know that I had one strong factor. I understand that there are a lot of factors that comes together to get a interview.

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