did she ask you to write a letter of recommendation?
if so, is the crna program looking for experienced
(i'm wondering what specific criteria they want to know about candidates.)
my initial reaction is to not write this letter.
her work ethic is questionable, as is her attendance.
she certainly does not have experience, and the dept has invested big $$ to train her.
it sounds like she may have an entitled attitude, and as far as i'm concerned, no one owes her a darned thing.
after further thought, no way would i write this letter.
just try and decline in a sensitive but firm manner.
much luck to you.