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futurecrnasla RN

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futurecrnasla has 1 years experience as a RN and specializes in MICU.

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    UNE General Chem

    Hey I’m thinking about taking this course. How long did it take you to complete? I think imma just take the lecture no lab though.
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    Wake Forest CRNA 2020

    Hello I plan on applying for the fall deadline. Does anybody know if they prefer to have an attending write your recommendation over a fellow or no? Thanks
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    Cheap Graduate Patho Or Pharm class

    University of Alabama Birmingham
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    Va Hiring Process 2019

    Hey I did hear back and I did not get the job. I hope your outcome is different.
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    Cheap Graduate Patho Or Pharm class

    Hi I am applying for CRNA school this fall and would like to take a graduate course this summer that is relatively cheap. Does anybody have an experience doing this? Thanks!
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    Va Hiring Process 2019

    I applied for the ED on 1/2/19 the job announcement closed on 1/9/19. My application was referred on 1/10/19. I was emailed about interview on 1/14/19. My interview was on 1/21/19 where I was interviewed by 5 people and had 25 minutes due to a lot of interviews they had to get through. They asked about 6 questions and gave a 10 question quiz that was not used against me. I was emailed on 1/26/19 that they would like move further in my interview process and have 3-4 of my references to email them. My references have emailed them and I have not heard anything back. For people who have been through this process is it likely I have the job since they asked for my references? What is the next step?
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    2.9 GPA Help me get into CRNA school

    I currently have a 2.9 GPA totally messed up with my first degree. I am coming up on 1 year MICU experience at a level 1 trauma center. Soon as I am eligible I plan to take CCRN, get trained for charge and precept. I am writing to find out what people have done in my in situation to get into CRNA with lower GPA's. Should I take graduate level courses or take some undergraduate science classes? Positive advice only. Thanks!

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