Seeking advice

  1. I know, another redundant post where I give you all my stats and ask if you guys think I have a shot at being accepted into a CRNA program. Bear with me I'd really appreciate any input!

    RN, BSN with one year of floor experience and 2 years of ER experience
    Starting Monday full-time in the MICU at a large, well known level 1 trauma/teaching hospital in LA
    Plan on taking the CCRN within a year
    Can get excellent LOR from managers
    Plan on shadowing CRNA's this coming spring
    Plan on taking GRE
    BSN from UMass, graduated with honors
    **got a C+ my first year in chem101 d/to language barrier, then got an A in chem102 with a new professor

    My question for you guys is not only do you thing I have a chance, but also whether or not you think I should re-take chem101? Also, should I take a biochem class? It wasn't required for my BSN program. Thanks in advance for any and all help!

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    About NurseK426

    Joined: Jul '11; Posts: 21; Likes: 7
    RN; from US
    Specialty: 3 year(s) of experience in ED, ICU


  3. by   loveanesthesia
    Yes, you'll get accepted to a program. Depends on how you interview and where you apply.
  4. by   Da_Milk_of_Amnesia
    If memory serves me right, ER will not count as experience for some schools. You'll need to do some research.