What got you into school? - page 6

I was wondering if those who were accepted to Nurse Anesthetist schools this year and the past 2 years could post your stats for which schools you applied to and got an interview, what your undergrad... Read More

  1. by   CPT_Charlios
    BSN GPA 3.6
    Science GPA 3.75
    Did not take GRE's
    ACLS, PALS, TNCC, Burn and Wound care certified, and CCRN
    4 years exp. MICU/PICU
    6 month deployed in a ICU in IRAQ- was Nurse Manager
    5 years in the Army as a Nurse

    I got accepted to two programs. I believed what help get me in was my military experience. I touch upon the many leadership opportunities I recieved during my service.
  2. by   RN_MEDIC
    Keep this thread active! We've got some really good responses!
  3. by   lady_stic
    BSN GPA- 3.4
    Science GPA- 3.0
    Cum GPA-3.18
    ACLS, PALS, CCRN
    1 yr STICU experience at time of interview

    Applied to 6 schools, accepted at 3 (one after being waitlisted), waitlisted at 2 , rejected at 2.
  4. by   RN_MEDIC
    C'mon SRNA's let's hear your stats!
  5. by   bibibi
    Approximate stats

    bsn gpa 3.9
    science 4.0
    overall between 3.8-3.9
    gre 1130
    3 years icu
    acls BLS pals ccrn tncc
  6. by   msxdbsk
    wow thats nice! gjob! which schools did you get accepted to??
  7. by   msxdbsk
    for those of you that applied to schools what qualities were you looking for that made you want to apply and attend a certain school? was it tuition? location? # students?
    please share! thanks! =)
  8. by   bibibi
    Tuition and affordable cost of living.
  9. by   SrNaOnMyWaY
    BSN Cum GPA 3.6
    GRE 1030 :| blek my least favorite thing to do
    ACLS, PALS, CCRN
    Research Council Chair, EBP Advisory Council, Unit based council
    PI in research project accepted for publication in AJCC
    5 years exp Neuro ICU lvl 1 trauma, CCU, float ICU

    Interviewed at 4 schools, wait listed at 2, accepted to one of those, accepted to another and rejected from my first interview because I bombed it.

    Interviewing was a learning experience, and I soon learned that I needed to get more involved and start doing things to make myself stand out. The last school I applied to was a completely different experience than all the other interviews. I felt so much more confident and ready for school. I had a killer goal statement along with my interview going extremely well. I was notified of acceptance in less than 2 weeks. I am now in my 2nd semester and loving my program! I still can't believe I'm really here!
  10. by   SrNaOnMyWaY
    Reason I picked my program:

    DNP, frontloaded, small class size, invested in students' success, trained to be independent providers
    Last edit by SrNaOnMyWaY on Sep 18, '14 : Reason: I thought I was replying directly to a post

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