I can't believe I can finally post this..... - page 2
I GOT IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I saw the letter in the mail today and immediately dropped everything in my arms, tore open the envelope, and started screaming. The people in my apartment building... Read More
Jun 10, '04EmeraldNYL
I too want to say, "Congratulations!!!" You reminded me of the day I received my acceptance letter - absolute exhilaration and celebration time! I too have noticed your posting over the last (???) months (year +?). It is wonderful to see someone succeeding in pursuing a dream and I am so very happy for you.
If I recall, you husband (fiance?) is either in Med-School or perhaps out in residency? Depending on what and where he practices, you may give him a "run for the money" - which is fun! ;-)
Someone earlier posted about there being nothing better than the day you receive that acceptance letter. I have one for you - the day you GRADUATE! Now - that's a margarita-ville moment if I've ever seen one!
Jun 11, '04Sleepy/quote: Someone earlier posted about there being nothing better than the day you receive that acceptance letter. I have one for you - the day you GRADUATE! Now - that's a margarita-ville moment if I've ever seen one!
Congrats again! Sleeepy
The last thing that tops that is the letter from CCNA that says you can put CRNA after your name!!
Congratulations on your acceptance!! We look forward to posts from you about your experiences.
PGLast edit by Passin' Gas on Jun 11, '04
Jun 11, '04Congrats !!!!
I am so excited for you!! That is just awesome. I too remember when you were still in your accelerated nursing program and now here you are getting into CRNA school. That is really exciting!!!! Be sure to celebrate (which I am sure you already are!!)
Jun 11, '04Congratulations, EmeraldNYL! :hatparty: You should be so proud of yourself! I can't wait to hear about your experiences in school. Good luck!
Jun 11, '04Quote from EmeraldNYLCongrulations!!I got accepted to Montgomery Hospital/ Lasalle U. for the class starting in Sept. 2006. I only have 8 months of nursing experience and was up against about 40 other interviewees for 15 spots, many of whom have at least 5 years of experience!!! I am in shock and I can't believe it!!!! :hatparty:
So they accept student 2 years in advance? God, I think most make decisions within one year of class begains.
Also, by that time, you will have more than 2 years experience now.