So, I've just been accepted to start full time on my ACNP this fall (gulp, next month actually). I had thought I'd only be able to go part time, but that's not the case. Thus I now have to figure out a couple things....
1) what to do with my ICU job, i.e. go part time so I can be in the mix and keep building skills or go per diem and be able to devote all my time to my classes
2) Since this is last minute, should I just postpone until next fall and review A&P (4 yrs old now) and maybe take a biochem class? (never had it, only basic physical chemistry). Is this helpful for making better sense of of patho and pharm?
I really just want to get started, but of course this type of program means you really need to take everything in and keep it in, not just regurgitate it for a test and move on.
I've got 2.5 years experience, which isn't nothing but isn't spectacularly long either. And I know no one has a crystal ball, but any helpful thoughts?
I'm in brain melt mode. Over the last couple months I've read every darn thread on this forum scouring for insight. FNP/ANP/ACNP/CRNA. Oh god the spinning! As of now I still have the option to switch to ANP.....stop it!