So I am deciding whether or not to apply to CRNA school or not. I graduated top of the class in LPN and also RN school. During my rotations in school I have always been fascinated with anesthesia and how the CRNA is in control of a lot of things. I like to be in control of my patients and be the one who decides what med to give but also why I am giving it. My question is it worth it. The long nights of studying, the loans for school, not working ehile in school. Is going through all of it worth becoming a CRNA. Any word will help at all. I just want to hear from people that has made it. I know it's not an easy road to go down or everyone would do it. But I'm not worried about how hard it's going to be. Is it worth it. Thanks to the ones who are reading this.