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Most schools want GRE at least 1000. Although schools look at everything together not just GRE, GPA they look at expierence, GRE, GPA and interview skills.
I have a friend that got accepted with a score of 950
I am not a CRNA, but almost sounds like a patient I had that had an adverse reaction to contrast from stent placement. Sometime contrast can cause pulmonary edema. Just a thought
Betsy where did you apply to.
Yes they said sat and sun question were different. I didn't have any med questions either. They were just about all Neuro. One question about PA cath.
I am applying to 3 or 4 other schools. I hope I can get in to one of them,
Well, the interview has came and gone AND like I thought I completly bomb it, but it was a great learning experience. I will do much better in my other interviews.
I have my interview on sunday and was looking for any help on what to study. I am so excited about getting an interview. Even if I completely bomb it will be a great learning experience.
Hey all I am from south arkansas almost lousisanna. I have been a nurse for 6 years graduated form SAU magnolia for my ADN and then UAMS in little rock for by BSN.
Where is ECU
I was drug tested during my ADN program at the beginning and radomly throughout the 2 years. I took 2 drug test during my ADN. I had friends that only had the drug test during the start of school and others who name was pulled 5 times. During my BSN I was never tested. I didn't care either way, I knew that at any given that was one test I could always pass with flying colors.
We is Seark.
I am in the same boat as you and have the same question. I have been working as a nurse for 6 years with 2 and half in ICU but I am scared to apply to school for the sole fact that I don't deal with swans that much. My hospital just started open hearts last month so that will change shortly. I am comfortable with my GPA , GRE and everything else except swans and of course my goals statement.
It will get better. Hopefully your coworkers are helpful. Our ICU often hires new grads and they all feel that way. just give it some more time. Our orientation is 3 months. It gives them a good start. Nursing is a team effort, remember if you don't know just ask someone who does.
There are a lot of schools that only use your last 60 hours.
Here is the web site for all the CRNA programs and you can click on each of them to see the requirements for that school.
I would love to get in as soon as possible which will probably be 2008. From what I hear they are overloaded with applicants. Did any of yall apply to any other programs.
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