Reality check. Why do you want to be a CRNA, and what is the purpose of the question you have asked? I am also troubled by someone looking for "the easiest school."
First, it's going to depend on how you define "easy." Second, understand, it does not matter how easy or hard the school is, we all take the same boards at the end. And rest assured, boards are TOUGH. So, a school that was easy to get into and easy to get through might initially look good, the reality is that if its easy, you won't pass boards, and you won't be a safe practitioner.
As for selection of students from candidate pools, all the schools do it pretty much the same way (see thread on Becoming a CRNA from one who did). So, bottom line, all the schools teach pretty much the same thing, all the schools have pretty much the same selection criteria, and all the schools are the HARDEST FREAKIN THING YOU WILL EVER DO!
Since I have applied, been accepted, started the program, talked to students from several other programs, completed the program, and passed my boards, I am pretty much one who knows. The other folks here are somewhere in the same continuum, and they are aware of what's happening, too. Repeating a question, rudely, I might add, because you didn't like the first answer will get you no where.
Kevin McHugh, CRNA