low undergrad gpa? - page 3

ok so im getting closer and closer to applying to crna school. heres my stats.... 4 years as a nurse (2 of which are ICU), ccrn, 1100s on GREs, BSN from a nationally accredited school, shadowed several CRNAs, but my only concern... Read More

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    The choice to require the GRE or not is NOT the decision/choice of the COA- it is a choice of the individual program and/or institution, therefore the COA can not force the program to use or not use the GRE.
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    The choice to require the GRE or not is NOT the decision/choice of the COA- it is a choice of the individual program and/or institution, therefore the COA can not force the program to use or not use the GRE.
    Actually, that is true and not true. The COA doesn't require the GRE now and probably never will, but the COA does have the ability to make it requirement if they chose to. At least that is my understanding. The COA has a very broad mission without much limitation or outside input on the requirements imposed nurse anesthesia institutions. http://home.coa.us.com/news-and-even...ort%202011.pdf


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