I do not have any helpful info for you, but I am curious about how you feel about the school. I am considering applying there in a few months.
Jun 5, '11
Hi, I posted this on another thread, but I'll paste it here too. Feel free to ask any other questions.
The interview was a meet and greet...why you want to be a crna, how you've prepared, where you've worked, those type of questions. They basically consider your application package to be you "clinical interview". My class started with 54 and ended the semester with 50. I've heard mixed reviews about the school, but so far I can't complain too much (and I'm a pretty harsh critic of schools). I feel that I have learned SO MUCH in 4 short months and can't even imagine my knowledge level once the didactic portion is over. I can't speak for the clinical portion yet, but I will say I've heard mixed reviews. Some say the Naples location is over crowded, and other say it's only that way your 1st clinical semester during the time period you aren't going to be on your own anyway. I've heard that Tampa puts you on your own after 1 month and you work long hrs and tons of call. That Davenport is fine, yet lacks the critical and cardiac cases. Bottom line is that every school (and clinical site) has their faults, problems and advantages. Although I feel that I am a very strong student, and was given interviews by many other schools, I was not willing to sit around and wait to start. As of now, I am happy with my choice. Hope this helps you a little!