@Bonnie Bailey, You said that the student is required to find a proctor for the ICCC course. I was wondering what the requirements for the Proctor were. For example, do they have to be a professor?
And that is such a great resource. Did they give you any nuggets of advice? And thing they felt they did to stand out? Also, did they mention anything about the family life situation? I am newly married and want to set up realistic expectations for my wife if I get in but honestly, I don't know what to expect. I understand I will be very busy studying but outside of that, I have no idea. All my experience is with the marine corps as a single enlisted NCO.
What made everyone want to purse CRNA anyways?
For me, I was drawn to the high standards that are held by CRNAs as a profession and their focus on science. Also, anesthesia is fascinating in its self. You could spend a lifetime learning about it. I also am drawn to the independence of a CRNA especially in the military.