NC/Wake Forest Univ. Program

  1. Does anyone have any information about the Univ. of North Carolina/Wake Forest Univ. program, know anyone who has ever attended? I would like to know a little about the reputation, exam pass rates, interview, and overall student satisfaction. Any info. would be helpful......thanks
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  3. by   WntrMute2
    I interviewed there 2 years ago and was accepted, but chose somewhere else. They were very nice. I have 2 friends there now. 1 will graduate in Dec. and one next year. Both like it but it is a big class and evidently are a bit stuck in their ways (they all are I think)
  4. by   NYCboy
    I found an old message that you posted two years ago about the Wake Forest program. Do you know how there interview is?
    Quote from WntrMute2
    I interviewed there 2 years ago and was accepted, but chose somewhere else. They were very nice. I have 2 friends there now. 1 will graduate in Dec. and one next year. Both like it but it is a big class and evidently are a bit stuck in their ways (they all are I think)
  5. by   WntrMute2
    Quote from NYCboy
    I found an old message that you posted two years ago about the Wake Forest program. Do you know how there interview is?
    The interview panel was large, maybe 10-12. If i remember, the director sits next/near you like "she is on your side." Nice touch I think. The director is very nice (I met up with her just a couple of months ago, and she seemed to remember me.) I had no clinical questions during any of the 4 interviews I sat for. I think my clinical experience told them enough. The interview took place in an old brick administration building. There were a number of candidates there at the same time but only one at a time in front of the panel. Most of the questions were of the why do you want to be admitted into this program? Why do you want to be a CRNA? I think they asked what i would do if the MDA wanted me to do something I thought would be unsafe? There were questions as to how prepared both financially and emotionally for the upcoming 2 years? I never felt challenged or put on the spot. I did think a lot of the hospital and the staff. I chose to attend somewhere else for reasons that had nothing to do with the acedemic or clinical situation. My family hated the town even though the COL was low.

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