Hi everyone. I am an RN working in a hematology/oncology unit and have been thinking about applying to the Stony Brook University's FNP program. I've had my heart set on this and after a bit of soul searching, I am confident that this is the program that fits my aspirations and my career goals best. I just want some advice on applying:At the moment I have 8 months of experience but I will have the required 1 year (and a few months) by the time the deadline comes around. If accepted, I would just be 2 months short of two years experience before beginning any classes at all, since the program starts in Summer 2018.I also have a GPA of 3.495 and plan to get recommendations from my nurse manager, a professor from nursing school, and a colleague who is a nurse practitioner (DNP). All who can speak on my work ethic as well as my academic performance and dedication.I've spoken to several colleagues about the program and the course work. I also took a look at the syllabi for each class. I feel ready to apply and ready to get back in school and work towards my degree. I suppose what I am asking is, with the stats I provide, will I have a great shot at getting accepted? I plan to apply to more than one school but Stony Brook has my heart. Any words of advice would be greatly appreciated.