Science classes for CRNA school - page 2

by Candyn

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I am planning to take science classes to increase my chance to get into CRNA school. My question is does it matter if I take it at a community college, online, or university? I heard some people said it is better if I take it at... Read More


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    Hi Skip 219,

    I have questions regarding research and statistic classes. There is this online class offered by University of Alabama called NA 600 Nurse Anesthesia Research and Statistics. Is it possible to take one class that applies to both research and statistics? Some schools even specifically ask for descriptive and inferential statistics. I feel like it is easy to take the wrong statistic. Does it have to be a advanced level? Also for research, There are many difference research classes, which one do they specifically want? The ones offer by nursing department or does not really matter?

    Thank lot,
    Candyn
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    Hi all,
    Another "lazy" question, schools require one course of research. I seriously had research class every semester. Does any of those research classes count toward the requirement of one course of research? What do you guys do for research requirement?
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    I had a class specifically titles only research in my bsn program...I am hoping that worked!
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    I have a question about the prereq courses for CRNA school. I'd like to know if it would be best to finish CRNA prereqs like biochem/O-chem, physics, etc... before you graduate or not? Do schools look at post-bac work or things that you've done since after getting your degree?
    I'm still in BSN school and if they look at those things, then I might as well take them during nursing school. If not, then great! I can focus first on nursing school as it is so heavily loaded and then worry about taking the prereqs after I graduate.
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    Quote from Solidus_Snake
    I have a question about the prereq courses for CRNA school. I'd like to know if it would be best to finish CRNA prereqs like biochem/O-chem, physics, etc... before you graduate or not? Do schools look at post-bac work or things that you've done since after getting your degree?
    I'm still in BSN school and if they look at those things, then I might as well take them during nursing school. If not, then great! I can focus first on nursing school as it is so heavily loaded and then worry about taking the prereqs after I graduate.
    Hi,

    they look at absolutely every class you have ever taken, so you have plenty of time to take all those classes after bsn.
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    Quote from missnurse01
    Hi,

    they look at absolutely every class you have ever taken, so you have plenty of time to take all those classes after bsn.
    My goodness thank you so much! This is such a relief to read this... I feel as if a gigantic load has been taken off my back! Thanks again!
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    =-) =-)


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