I know that many people have discussed applying as soon as possible to CRNA school but I have heard otherwise from some schools
I would like some advice or input from the members who have already graduated. I spoke with an advisor at one school and was advised to wait until I have 2 years experience to apply having a total of 3 years when I'm accepted. Does anyone have input on this? Is there that big of a learning curve with the extra year? She told me that it is better to have the experience so you know more of the basics going in to school.
The advisor told me that 99% of the people who fail or drop out have only 1-2 years ICU/nursing experience.
Also, I heard USC is moving there program to the School of Medicine. Sounds like the Baylor program. Anyone have any comments about taking class with med students? Constructive comments please.