I plan to begin my applications to crna schools the beginning of 2020, and am just looking for advice on how to stand out and make myself the strongest applicant possible.
I have been to informational meetings, and will be meeting with an admissions employee soon to go over my resume and application, and also have the benefit of putting my name to my application. I have my ccrn, acls, bls, and will be doing pals soon, as well as taking my GRE for schools that require that. I have extensive unit work that I am able to put on my application, from committee experience, education, leadership, and years of nursing experience as well.
what are some things that you recommend or feel really helped you stand out to get an interview or to be accepted to your school? What are things you felt made a difference, or wish you had done the first application round but felt helped you get into schools the second or third time of applying?
Any suggestions, advice, ideas, or help would be greatly appreciated- thank you in advanced!