Just curious about how selection boards for CRNA schools
make their decisions on how people get into programs...
I am an RN who works ER/ICU/CVICU and have about 5 years of experience. I tend to be a strong nurse, and I think I can handle CRNA school. I am finishing up my bachelors now and will apply to a couple of programs. My ADN GPA was 3.23, but since I have returned to school it has been 4.0 for the last 30 credits. I think that I can handle it academicly, because I am a sponge and I suck up logical information.
I am curious if there is anyone out there that has recently been through a selection board for CRNA school, that could point out a couple of tid-bits that might help me out with the selection process.
I would like to start next year, and want to be fully prepared to be a schools best canidate....