US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing - page 3
Please don't shoot me for asking but....... In order to go to the US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing, do you have to join the army? Isn't that program in San Antonio, TX? :stone... Read More
Mar 14, '04Quote from marliz132000you seem to have the most accurate information. It always amuses me when people that are not even in the program--act like they are and spout off very incorrect information. Thank you for the website/also, do you know about how many people apply?? thanks again, heather/The first year hasn't been bad. We have a lot of 4 day weekends. We usually have one test a week. Somedays you get out at 1030 or 1130. We never have class later than 1630. We do PT 3 days a week at 0500. I have a lot of free time right now. We started with 46 students and we're down to 36. I don't think we'll lose any more students this year. We've made it through most of the really hard test. They told us at the beginning of the year that you typically lose 25-30% of your class over the 2 1/2 years. We're a little ahead of schedule.