I'm a freshman at a major university and I was wondering what nursing schools
(and graduate nursing programs
) look for in a candidate. Good grades of course, but what personal aspects are they looking for if any? I plan on going to grad school and studying to be a CRNA, and I was wondering what distinguishes the above average candidate from an ordinary one. If anyone has experience with interviews, any advice would be extremely helpful.
Also, is there a way I should be studying/classes I should be taking to best prepare myself for nursing and grad school? How did you make it through college? What did you do and what would you have done differently given the chance?