Before taking the plunge, there's a few things you should think about first.
Once you're committed-- completed First Holy Communion and Confirmation --God will be holding you accountable to comply with everything Rome teaches and stands for: the Commandments, the Canon Law, the dogma, the rituals, the Traditions, the Councils, the Bulls, the Encyclicals, the rites, the holy days of obligation, and the entire Catechism; plus everything that Jesus and the apostles taught in the New Testament, i.e. the gospels and the epistles.
That's a lot to remember, let alone put into practice.
And then there's the matter of mortal sin. When Catholics leave this life with just one non-absolved mortal sin on the books, just one, they go straight to Hell. It's a direct flight; no stopover in a Purgatory. Even if a Catholic managed to be a top performer in faith and practice for fifty years, none of that will be weighed in the balance. They will leave this life as if they'd been a pagan the whole time. Mortal sins are that lethal.
In addition; the Divine judge isn't a political appointee like members of the US Supreme Court, viz; He isn't biased towards the left or to the right, i.e. the justice of God is fair across the board, so that affiliation with the Roman church grants no one a certain amount of special consideration. (Rom 2:6-11, and 1Pet 1:17)