Does anyone know if someone in their forties can get accepted into a CRNA program? I know that med schools have a "no age discrimination" policy (wink, wink), but you're "old" at 27 in Med School terms...just wondering how CRNA schools view this. Is it the same type of mentality where if you're older they view you as having less longevity in the profession and, thus, less viability as a candidate? By the time I am ready to apply, I would probably be about 44 or 45. I would still have 20+ years of work left in me...is that enough?
I am just wondering if this is worth considering for an old fossil like me.
Honesty is appreciated. I have the grades and the motivation, but am not sure if this is a realistic option.
Happy New Year!