Please help! CRNA school for Post-Master student - page 3

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Hi everyone, Please help with the names of the schools that waive GRE for Post-Master students. Is any particular schools that accept more applicants then others.?... Read More


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    I can tell you for a fact that a previous GPA and a GRE score mean nothing about how you're going to do in anesthesia school. I'm currently in my third semester of school. I had a 3.75 in my BSN program, and a 1280 GRE score on my first try (cold turkey). All that says is that I'm fairly good at taking standardized tests. CRNA school is much more about motivation and determination to put up with the incredible amount of BS (and I'm not talking about a degree here) that is heaped on you. Motivation is my biggest hurdle right now. I'm so overwhelmed with the amount and depth of material that I'm truly beginning to question how badly I really want this. Everyone says "it gets better", but I keep waiting for that to happen, and it hasn't yet.
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    Are there some crna programs that dont let you do thesis if you have done it to in prior master's?
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    Boston Collge does not require gpa, neither did Maryland university for post master's and as aforementioned, UPMCH hamot, villanova and drexel...found more post master's in PA than in most states
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    I can tell you for a fact that a previous GPA and a GRE score mean nothing about how you're going to do in anesthesia school. I'm currently in my third semester of school. I had a 3.75 in my BSN program, and a 1280 GRE score on my first try (cold turkey). All that says is that I'm fairly good at taking standardized tests. CRNA school is much more about motivation and determination to put up with the incredible amount of BS (and I'm not talking about a degree here) that is heaped on you. Motivation is my biggest hurdle right now. I'm so overwhelmed with the amount and depth of material that I'm truly beginning to question how badly I really want this. Everyone says "it gets better", but I keep waiting for that to happen, and it hasn't yet.
    It will, just stay on top of material. I am in a front loaded program. Clinicals is a whole different stressor, but very manageable if you stay on top of the material. Once you start to apply it in everyday situations, the big picture will start to get a little more clear.


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