Wolford college crna school Information - page 2

below please find information re: wolford college crna program. good luck in school everyone! hi, i recieved a letter for an interview at wolford. they gave me three dates. i was wondering... Read More

  1. Visit  wspfan profile page
    I don't know yet. I just sent in my application a week ago and am waiting on my references to turn in their forms. Hopefully, I'll get one and hopefully I'll be accepted. Thanks for your feedback and good luck to you.
  2. Visit  rhymechizel profile page
    I am from Utah. There are 4 or 5 people that I work with that start in Feb 2010 as well. It will be nice to have people I know in class. 2 other people I work with start in Sept and one is currently in the program. CRNA school is the popular thing to do where I work; is that how it is everywhere else? Most the new ICU nurses get a year or two of ICU experience and then move on to CRNA school.
  3. Visit  cassius15 profile page
    Hey when did you interview? I met a few people from Utah during my interview. WellI would like maybe hear more about the experiences of the students you know who are in the school already. Yes its about the same thing hear. Most people I see are trying to go to crna school. Well the market is still okay for crna's but it is getting saturated in some parts. Schools are pumping students out left and right. So the sooner I get going the better it is. lol
  4. Visit  younjt profile page
    Hello Cassius... I too have recently applied to Wolford and am hoping to interview soon. I was just curious about your experience and other stats that got you in? I am a relatively new nurse but will have over a year of experience by the time school starts. Thanks!!
  5. Visit  SICU3 profile page
    Hi I attend Wolford, started clinicals full time in Sept( 4th sem).... The program is awesome, I love it and am glad I chose this program. The Instructors are good and want you to learn. There were times when I had questions days after a lecture, after going over it at home and trying to study on my own, and I just went up to the school and spoke with the instructor...He went over it again and made sure I understood what was being taught. It is time consuming and of course you are going to have to apply yourself but its worth it...Good luck
  6. Visit  jenrn2008 profile page
    I start Oct 2010: stats: GPA 3.62; GRE waived b/c Masters degree with GPA 3.47; ACLS, PALS, BLS, CCRN, 1.3 yrs experience in Level 1 trauma MICU in GA.
  7. Visit  IamanRn profile page
    hi jenrn2008 congratulations, can you tell me what questions they asked at the interview. Do most of the applicants have ccrn. I plan on applying for the spring 2011, any info you give will be very hlepfull, thanks.....
  8. Visit  cassius15 profile page
    sicu3 is correct. they are very good instructors and really want everyone to learn. it's night and day from what you thought you knew or learned in nursing school or the icu. they don't want you to memorize they want you to learn the material in a molecular view. my experience so far has been good. wolford was a great choice and glad i came so far.
  9. Visit  jenrn2008 profile page
    You don;t need CCRN for Wolford ( though it will give you an edge).

    1. what brought you hear?
    2. why do you want to be a CRNA?
    3. What ICU did you work at and what type of patients did you care for?
    4. how do you plan to finance your educaion and survive finanially during school?

    the whole interview took less than 10 minutes!

    If you get an interview,.... you will most likely be accepted!
  10. Visit  IamanRn profile page
    What was your GRE score, if you don't mind me asking?
  11. Visit  suvatata94 profile page
    I'm currently applying to Wolford COllege and need advice- What are they looking for in the "Letter of Intent?" After you send an application how much time passed before they will tell you if you got an interview?

    Thank you!
  12. Visit  dblakehowell profile page
    Anyone starting at Wolford in the fall of 2010? Naples seems like a pretty lax place to live.... can't wait to start....
  13. Visit  jenrn2008 profile page
    I didnt have to take the GRE since I have a Masters in another field. I know somone who got in with a GRE score of 900.

    In you letter of intent, focus on why you want to be a crna and how your experience as an ICU nurse has allow you to develop the critical thinking skills that will ultimately make you a competent CRNA....

    I applied in July. I got an invitation for an interview in September. I got an acceptance letter in October.

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