I don’t know what to do

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by Dani_2018 (New) New

I am in my third term as a SRNA. I am faced with last fall experiencing a parent attempting suicide and family bills that accrued from multiple medical experiences. I got a b- in one class and a c in my physics course. I can go on or withdraw if not dismissed. I have heard of many experiencing issues with being dropped 3rd year and it all being wasted. This is my dream, I know that I can continue and go on to be stronger academically but if I withdrew would I be able to be accepted with positive review from my director? 

loveanesthesia

Specializes in CRNA. 833 Posts

I’m so sorry to hear about your parent’s suicide attempt. I can’t imagine how difficult that must be. 
 

Are you saying that you’re going to be dismissed from the program, or the program told you that you can withdraw? Either way it’s going to be unlikely to be accepted into another program.  Have you met with your faculty or program administration? Can you repeat the courses? That’s your best option to complete a program. 
 

It should not be common for many students to leave the program in the third year. This is a question applicants should ask when they apply. Stay away from a program like this. Attrition in the 3rd year should be rare. 

 

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123GoToSleep

Specializes in SRNA. Has 8 years experience. 26 Posts

On 1/9/2021 at 5:54 PM, Dani_2018 said:

I am in my third term as a SRNA. I am faced with last fall experiencing a parent attempting suicide and family bills that accrued from multiple medical experiences. I got a b- in one class and a c in my physics course. I can go on or withdraw if not dismissed. I have heard of many experiencing issues with being dropped 3rd year and it all being wasted. This is my dream, I know that I can continue and go on to be stronger academically but if I withdrew would I be able to be accepted with positive review from my director? 

You've heard of many people being dismissed their 3rd term?!?! Yikes! Are you going to school in FL by chance? My advice would be to go ahead and withdraw if you know you aren't going to pass. It'll look a lot better than being dismissed due to poor grades. Hopefully, your director will understand what you're going through and give you a good LOR.