What stats did you need for TCU?

  1. I am going to be applying to the TCU CRNA program next year and was wondering what kind of numbers you guys needed to get interviewed? I've looked around and it seems everyone says you need "solid" numbers or you need to "rock" the GRE but I haven't seen anyones actual opinion on the numbers. I would appreciate any help.
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  3. by   TexasCCRN
    Quote from JimmyMallo
    I am going to be applying to the TCU CRNA program next year and was wondering what kind of numbers you guys needed to get interviewed? I've looked around and it seems everyone says you need "solid" numbers or you need to "rock" the GRE but I haven't seen anyones actual opinion on the numbers. I would appreciate any help.

    What are your numbers? What are you thinking?
  4. by   JimmyMallo
    so far I have a 3.55 overall and a 4.0 in all nursing pre-reqs and nursing courses. I have yet to take the GRE.
  5. by   CRNAMASTER
    3.58 GPA 4.0 all science classes 17 years of ICU/PACU experience, unwavering desire to succeed, CCRN, CPAN, PALS, ACLS, ECPN I took the miller instead of the GRE this time 54 on the miller should have taken more than once but still got in. I think they looked at my experience and knowledge and my determination to go to school more than anything. Plus, I think I did pretty well in the interview. Gc

    Quote from JimmyMallo
    so far I have a 3.55 overall and a 4.0 in all nursing pre-reqs and nursing courses. I have yet to take the GRE.
  6. by   CAJUNFROG
    I think your desire to learn and doing well in the interview are the major components of getting accepted. I had a 3.2 overall, 970 on the GRE, had 2 years ICU experience and got accepted pending passing CCRN which was accomplished. If you show the interview committee your willingness to be teachable, the sky is the limit. good luck to you.











    Quote from CCRNMASTER
    3.58 GPA 4.0 all science classes 17 years of ICU/PACU experience, unwavering desire to succeed, CCRN, CPAN, PALS, ACLS, ECPN I took the miller instead of the GRE this time 54 on the miller should have taken more than once but still got in. I think they looked at my experience and knowledge and my determination to go to school more than anything. Plus, I think I did pretty well in the interview. Gc

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