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- May 11, '12 by MedicalMindedBXRN0808
You're right. Im just surprised by the amount of people that that think they know it all on here. Then yankeesrn states i
" need to just worry about nursing school. You have to make sure you get a high GPA and also at least 2 years of ICU experience before you will even be considered."
One this person assumed i have not researched this carreer an two they have misinformed me. I need at least ONE year critical care experience. And its not all about gpa. As long as I maintain at least a 3.3 and do really good on the g.r.e. have good references. I stand a good chance of getting in somewhere.
And I dont need to just worry about nursing school. It is always best for one to think of the future and have goals.
- May 11, '12 by BxRN0808You should aim for 3.5 or higher. I am beginning CRNA school in August. You are right, since I only had a little over a year of ICU experience. Definitely getting your CCRN is a plus. GRE is important, so I used 3 review books including one on the top 100 words on the GRE. Also, I think a good thing to do is choosing 4-5 schools to apply to. Have you been on all-crna-schools.com? It has great info. You can do it, just stay motivated and determined.
- May 11, '12 by manuskoI agree with aiming for at least a 3.5 or higher. It may make the difference in getting the interview which can be a lot of the battle. Also, some programs are starting to require 2 years of critical care experience. Just check out the schools you are interested in to make sure of their requirements. Some schools allow a 2.75 GPA, but their average student may be a lot higher than that.
- May 11, '12 by myelinQuote from MedicalMindedyou'reLmao.
So just because I spelled school as skool, you think I don't know how to spell? I didnt realize I was writing an essay for my proffessor. I thought I was just posting on a forum.
You noticed the spelling but you didn't notice the punctuation?
I didnt capitalize all the i's and i didn't use apostrophes. I abbreviated "bring" by omitting the i.
if your going to correct me, correct the whole paragraph not just a word.
- May 11, '12 by MedicalMindedOk guys. Thanks for the advice. I clld a skool an they said 3.5 an up is best also. Ima try to get it up..i thnk ima pretty gud test taker so i hope to do gud on the g.r.e.