Published Feb 29, 2000
I am in a sort of dilema here. I am planning on getting a BS in nursing and I dreamed of going on to become a CRNA. I am a little worried and I have considered changing my major because I have had to retake a couple of classes to meet the requirements of the nursing program. How does retaking classes effect your chances for admission into a grad program? At this point I feel like I am the only person in the world that has to retake a few classes. I have asked a couple of the grad programs around but it seems that no one will give me a straight answer. Im hoping that maybe someone who has been accepted into this program could tell me honestly what my chances of getting accepted are? I do understand that they base there decision on many different things such as expierence and test scores, but lets pretend that I have met all those requirements. I would really appreciate any help, thanks!
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