So a little over two years ago, I decided to take (at my old university) a nursing pharmacology class basically for the hell of it. I was definitely NOT familiar with nursing-style questions, so I bombed the first test and ended up with a B in the class. Fast-forward to the spring 2013 semester, and I'm at a different university and am actually enrolled as a nursing student; I just finished my first semester in the program. I ended up with an A in the assessment/nursing fundamentals class and was a single test question away from an A in pharmacology. Are CRNA schools going to see this and toss my application in the trash? I really have no interest in being a bedside nurse for my entire professional career, so should I go ahead and pursue something else? I don't want to, but are my chances at getting into a good CRNA school blown?

Thanks...