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Just got an email back from Frank Toretta Anesthesia school (Montgomery Hospital) and they said they already have filled their 2009 anesthesia class......is this common for classes to be full this long in advance?????

Joe

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optimisticSRNA specializes in MICU, SICU.

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They could mean the class that is graduating in 2009, I had a little shock when offerered a position for "the class of 2009". Maybe I was the only one confused....

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I believe they mean the class of 2009. The class starting this fall will be the graduating class of 2009. I may be wrong, but I think that is what they are talking about.

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I heard the same thing about umdnj here in new jersey.

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Just got an email back from Frank Toretta Anesthesia school (Montgomery Hospital) and they said they already have filled their 2009 anesthesia class......is this common for classes to be full this long in advance?????

Joe

The class of 2009 starts this year (2007). Now if they've filled the class starting in 2009 and ending in 2011, then that would be different. The school I'm associated with had interviews for the class of 2009 in Nov/Dec of 2006.

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It's possible they mean they've filled their 2009 graduating class.

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piper_for_hire specializes in SRNA.

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Many of the schools in this area are filling up the 2009 class. I think Montgomery, Villanova, Naz and Drexel are about 2 years out - depending when you apply. Jeff tends to be 1 year out. When I got into Villanova it was one year from my start month, but I think I might have had some dumb luck with the timing of my app. Some schools are way ahead. When I interviewed at Naz they were interviewing for both 2008 and 2009, for example.

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jfk6668 specializes in Open Heart.

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No it definitely means the class that starts in 2009...the lady told me i need to apply two years in advance....i think thats a little nuts....but maybe it makes it easier because a lot of people can't really commit their lives that far in the future?

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piper_for_hire specializes in SRNA.

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I'm talking about start year, not graduation year.

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mummer43 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Open Heart.

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I'm interviewing at Montgomery in June, and I believe it's for the class starting in 2009... at least I hope so.

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I'm interviewing at Montgomery in June, and I believe it's for the class starting in 2009... at least I hope so.

You might want to call and make sure.....when I interviewed in August it was for the class starting Fall 2010. Also, just saw a post on here that someone received an email from them that said they were full for 2009 AND 2010. Just give 'em a call, the PD is very helpful.

~ Jen

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mummer43 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Open Heart.

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You might want to call and make sure.....when I interviewed in August it was for the class starting Fall 2010. Also, just saw a post on here that someone received an email from them that said they were full for 2009 AND 2010. Just give 'em a call, the PD is very helpful.

~ Jen

Wow, full for 2011?!?!?!? I really hope that isn't true.

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