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January 2012 Barry University CRNA program

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mathaka has 2 years experience and specializes in Surgical ICU.

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You are reading page 7 of January 2012 Barry University CRNA program. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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yes, you may register for research. I strongly suggest taking your chemistry pre-req over the summer, so that you can take the head start chem in the fall. (any chemistry will do, just take it at your local community college). It is very difficult to take chemistry in the spring with all your other classes. It's doable, but exhausting. And not everyone passes chemistry as it is. Good Luck!

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pchs052010 has 1 years experience and specializes in Cardiac nursing.

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Its been 4 months since you guys have started. Can you guys give us a glimpse of what happening to you?

Sincerely,

pchs052010

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was taking the research class online in the head start plan hard and time consuming?

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the class wasn't hard, but of course it takes some time. It's much better to take it in head start, because it lightens your load for that semester.

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I have an interview on June 5th for January 2013 start. I am very nervous about the chemistry portion of the quiz. I've read it really doesn't matter but I don't remember much from my General Chemistry class 4.5 years ago. Anyone remember any of the questions or topics from the quiz who took it recently?

My stats are 3.6 GPA, TNCC, PALS, ACLS, 2 years ICU 1 year Medical 1 year Trauma/Neuro/Surgical, GRE 1130. I am taking my CCRN in July but don't have it yet. Any idea what my chances might be?

Thanks in advance.

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Jessica,

I wouldn't worry too much about it. It sounds like your stats are fine and if you've been studying for the CCRN, then you should do well on the ICU/nursing part of the test. If you want to study, maybe go to your library and see if there is a general review book. But really, don't stress about it.

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does anyone know when they interview the last group for January 2013? Or when did the January 2012 students get interviewed? Do you mind sharing when you applied and when you were called for an interview?

For those accepted, did you get an email/phone call for the interview?

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I've submitted my application for the Jan 2014 start and am waiting to hear back, I've been reading all the good posts, especially about Orlando. I was planning on that being my first choice as I have family in Melbourne. I have 5 years of high acuity ED experience in San Francisco as well as a stint of rotor wing flight experience with successful intubations. Have any of you already in the program had classmates without ICU experience?

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Interview tips anyone? And did you have any volunteer experience? How much?

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pchs052010 has 1 years experience and specializes in Cardiac nursing.

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Hello Guys! I know that this is a 2012 thread. I read this over and over again. I got tips and inspiration from this. I applied to Barry University, and I got in. Although it is provisional, I know it will be worth it. I still have to earn my CCRN and make my verbal GRE score above 149.

I know that you are graduating this semester. Congratulations on your success. I hope to be working alongside with you starting 2017.

With that said, do you guys have any recommendations? Any books that you want to recommend. Anything????????????????

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Why provisional. If you don't need your CCRN, don't get it. You can read baby miller if you have nothing else to do, but most stuff will be taught. Other books may be too difficult until you actually learn the concepts behind them. Best you can do until school is to enjoy your freedom. Just sayin....

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pchs052010 has 1 years experience and specializes in Cardiac nursing.

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barry wants me to earn my CCRN first

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