I am an aspiring CRNA applicant. The school I really want to get into for CRNA school is Pitt. It is ranked as one of the best programs and is extremely difficult to get into. My question is for those of you out there who have applied to Pitt in the last 5-8 years and been either accepted or rejected--what are your stats--GPA, GRE, ICU experience, etc. I've looked over all the posts for CRNA acceptance stats in general--but am more interested in Pitt specifically--I can't find many stats for Pitts program other than Pitt receives about 200 applications for 48 seats. I just want to know if I currently have a fighting chance of getting into Pitt. My stats are:
Overall GPA: 3.46
Nursing GPA 3.9 (Accelerated BSN program at Pitt)
BS in Neuroscience and BSN in nursing.
10 graduate level nursing credits with GPA 4.0.
GRE: 1310, V-610, M--700, A--4.5
1-1.5 year in 22-bed surgical/trauma ICU by program start.
CCRN by program start--but won't be eligible to take before application deadline.
Thanks for your input!