Applying to CRNA school 2017/2018 - page 2
Hey everyone! I know there are countless articles about stats and things required to apply for CRNA school. It seems like the longer I wait to apply, the stats tend to increase. I'm starting to get... Read More
Jun 3Quote from m1lkofamnesiaYeah, I hear you. My main concern is my car note. Thanks for your feedback. I really appreciate itI would get school over ASAP. I'm sure you're making a lot as a travel nurse in Cali, but for me, I was making a little under $50k in Florida and wouldn't wait another year...that would be giving up a CRNA salary for a year instead! Financially it made sense to me. I had a bit saved up, and my only debt was my car, which was an affordable one and my payment is only $210/month.
If you can live like a student...on a budget...you should be fine on loans. You'll be able to pay them back pretty quickly as a CRNA, if you *want* to haha. I'm planning on paying them off within 2 years of graduating.
Make a budget, make a plan, save save save before you start ������
Jul 18St. Baptist Your stats look awesome! The GRE shouldn't be an issue considering your experience and GPA. I hope you went ahead and applied!Last edit by sharay1989 on Jul 18 : Reason: needed to
Jul 18The most important thing to remember for you (or anyone who is applying) is that the single most important factor to getting into school is your interview. All your stats do is get you an interview. If you have a bad interview it won't matter if yo have a 4.0 GPA and a 330 GRE. If you have a great interview that shows the program that you are passionate and will be an asset to their program, you will jump over people with better stats than yours. Try to get those stats as high as you can, but start preparing and practicing for your interview now!!!
Sep 12Hi! So where have you applied so far? Interviewed anywhere? I have an interview coming up on Sept 24 and I'm pretty nervous! Not sure what I need to be doing! Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Sep 21Quote from CCUnurse18I applied to many schools (perhaps, too many). I applied to UTC, Adventist, Arkansas, LSU, MTSA, and Rutgers. I've already interviewed at UTC, Adventist and Arkansas. I just received an acceptance letter from Adventist University. My tip to you is to be confident (if only for that time period), know your ACLS, drugs, and as much as you can about vents/ airway protection. Also review your hemodynamics, and oxyhemoglobin curve. Most importantly, Be yourself! You will do great!Hi! So where have you applied so far? Interviewed anywhere? I have an interview coming up on Sept 24 and I'm pretty nervous! Not sure what I need to be doing! Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!