US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (USAGPAN) FY2025

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Was wondering who all was applying to USAGPAN FY2025? 

Specializes in SRNA.
Christian Johnstone said:

Was wondering who all was applying to USAGPAN FY2025? 

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Inserting myself in this thread to help answer questions. Graduating in may 2024 

Nice. Thanks for making yourself available. I am currently going through all the paperwork in order to commission.

Where are you completing your clinical rotation?

I am planning on applying this year! Not the most qualified but giving it a shot. 

Specializes in SRNA.
Christian Johnstone said:

Nice. Thanks for making yourself available. I am currently going through all the paperwork in order to commission.

Where are you completing your clinical rotation?

I am at William Beaumont in El Paso, great phase 2 site 

StevenBDY said:

I am planning on applying this year! Not the most qualified but giving it a shot. 

Just remember the gre, ccrn, and biochem are not required anymore.....but they can certainly strengthen your packet 

MikeyD said:

I am at William Beaumont in El Paso, great phase 2 site 

Just remember the gre, ccrn, and biochem are not required anymore.....but they can certainly strengthen your packet 

I'm about to start biochemistry through portage learning then knocking out the CCRN. 

Specializes in ICU.

I am planning to apply as well! I am in the process of studying for my CCRN. Is anyone else planning to take the GRE? What study resources are you using?

araguilar11 said:

I am planning to apply as well! I am in the process of studying for my CCRN. Is anyone else planning to take the GRE? What study resources are you using?

Gonna do Biochem and CCRN. 

Specializes in ICU.

Hello everyone, Direct Acession applicant from last cycle, starting the program June 2024 and heading to San Antonio soon for DCC/BOLC, glad to be assistance for anyone as well! Coming from the civilian side it was quite the process and I'm happy to help!

Specializes in ICU.
32SoulPatrolRN said:

Hello everyone, Direct Acession applicant from last cycle, starting the program June 2024 and heading to San Antonio soon for DCC/BOLC, glad to be assistance for anyone as well! Coming from the civilian side it was quite the process and I'm happy to help!

Hi 32SoulPatrolRN,

I appreciate your willingness to help us newbies who are applying through the civilian route!

My first question, when first reaching out to a recruiter, did you go through a local recruiter, or did you find an AMEDD recruiter online?

Next question, did you take the GRE, and if so, which exam did you take (general or subjects test)?

Thanks!

32SoulPatrolRN said:

Hello everyone, Direct Acession applicant from last cycle, starting the program June 2024 and heading to San Antonio soon for DCC/BOLC, glad to be assistance for anyone as well! Coming from the civilian side it was quite the process and I'm happy to help!

Do you know how many were accepted this year? Do you know if they are increasing the size of the class? 

Specializes in ICU.
araguilar11 said:

Hi 32SoulPatrolRN,

I appreciate your willingness to help us newbies who are applying through the civilian route!

My first question, when first reaching out to a recruiter, did you go through a local recruiter, or did you find an AMEDD recruiter online?

Next question, did you take the GRE, and if so, which exam did you take (general or subjects test)?

Thanks!

When I first reached out I didn't know anything so I just went to my local armed forces career center, they didn't know what I was talking about and tried to get me into an enlisted contract as a medic; luckily I told them that wasn't what I was looking for and they put me in touch with an AMEDD recruiter, I'm from central California so I was in touch with the San Francisco Medical Recruiting Brigade, I had a really good recruiting team that helped me throughout the process and any questions I had 

I took the GRE because it was required last year, just the general; I studied with just materials from the website and practice tests. Gave it like 2 months of studying and got a 301 and 4 on the verbal 

 

 

 

 

 

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