Published Oct 26, 2004
hey everyone i was just wanting to know if any of you out there had any words of wisdome before i have my interview
Well the best advice I can give you is the be enthusiastic, show them you want to be there. One of our instructors told us that so many people are quite and subdued, they don't think they want to be there. Get to know the program you are applying to so you can ask questions about THEIR program, I think it shows you have done a bit of research. Other than that I think it is a crapshoot. Still to this day I have no idea how I got in. Good Luck
I just had my first interview this week and think it went fairly well. It is difficult, but try to be relaxed-I saw some people who were literally shaking they were so nervous. I agree with Max04 about being enthusiastic, showing you want it, and asking many questions about the program. Do your research and know why you want to attend their program!
Hi! I'm in the process of applying also. Just be yourself! The panel has been doing interviews for so long that i'm sure they can tell who's really serious or not. Don't get me wrong, i still get nervous!.. but just let your personality shine through! they'll know!! Good luck to you!!
Tell them you want to be a CRNA. It may be a small thing, but it goes a long way w/ the admissions committee. At one of my interviews, I arrived early, and scoped the place out. I soon realized it was anesthesia week when all the students had posters in the cafeteria. The interviewer was so caught up with school and interviewing that he didn't even know it was anesthesia week, so I got some brownie points on that one I think. Hope it goes well
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