Hi, every one!
I deeply would like to study in the nurse anesthesia program in the US. However, unfortunately, I was too immature to keep good GPA at the nursing school
. i have a BSN. I took total 144 credits in the nursing school.
To raise my GPA, i am thinking about entering another school.
However, i don't know about the American educational system and my English is not enough to understand the all principle of universities.
is it OK to study in community college? then can i raise my last GPA? if not, do i have to go into the other university? what kind of requirements are needed?
Would you please help me to find the best way to enter the good nurse anesthesia program??
Let me have a chance to commit myself for America and my family.
Jan 8, '03
I was deeply moved by your concerns about my question. Srna, thank you for your advice, and I will also have to consider community college or satellite university.
After listing about your advices, I visited several universities' web sites. Since I will live in the San Francisco, I am taking two universites into my account ; University of San Francisco and San Francisco State University.
I am feeling like I need to take statistics and science classes such as chemistry, organic chemistry, unorganic chemistry, biology, etc.
In the former school, there is a pre-health special course that offers those classes need to the persons who are supposed to go into health-related graduate school - medical, phamarcy, veterinarian, and so on. However tuition is so high- more than $10,000 per year. And there was no accurate admission requirements on the site.
In the latter school, I am considering about transferring to the Chemistry department as a junior, at the same time, as a second degree seeker or not. Tuition is just around $ 2, 000, however, I am afraid of thoughts of the possibility of class' difficulty to me.
I hope I could hear of your wisdoms.
Last edit by Eunice on Jan 8, '03