Save Hundreds of Dollars in Application Fees, and Make Sure You Get Accepted Into the School of Your Choice … the FIRST Time Around.
Take a Peak at What’s Inside!
- Maximizing the years before you apply
- The cost of applying – making your $ stretch
- Best units for critical care experience
- How to shadow a CRNA
- Must-have certifications
- How to tackle the GRE
- Should you take a graduate course before applying?
- How to choose the right CRNA school
- Why a bad letter of recommendation will kill your application
- How to ace the interview
- Personal Statement examples
- How to nail the CV
- 120+ Sample interview questions
- How to prepare for the program once you’re accepted
You and I both know what a pain it is to fill out that lengthy application (do you really remember which address you were living at 7 years ago?), get letters of recommendation (from very specific people), write a personal statement (no… you can’t copy and paste from one school to the next, at least… not if you want to get the interview), tweak your CV and pay a hefty fee, just to wait around like a nervous wreck to find out if you get the interview.
You and I also both know that some things in life are unavoidable, like going through the harrowing process detailed above.
But… that doesn’t mean you have to go through it multiple times!
Do it right the first time!
When I called around to CRNA School program directors asking questions like, “how many applications do you receive each year?” I got answers like “Do you want me to count the applications I throw away immediately? Or the ones I actually look at?”
Apparently, some of you are wasting your time filling out applications that go immediately to the round bin.
Stop doing that.
There are some very simple strategies to make sure your application is handled with special care. After all, you’re not just putting your time and money on the line, you’re making yourself vulnerable to scrutiny! Every rejection letter you receive can feel like a kick in the stomach.
So make sure you get it right the first time.
Don’t worry. You don’t have to be an expert on the application process, you just have to know an expert. During the past 7 years, I’ve read every single word written on every single school’s website written about how to be a competitive applicant. I’ve read every blog post. Read every long-winded-forum thread on the topic, and personally spoken with many program directors about what it is that sets one applicant apart from the next.
And I wrote it all down – in a simple, easy to digest format.
We’re talking about the next 2-3 years of your life. We’re talking about tripling your income and becoming a highly esteemed specialist in your field.
Getting accepted even one year sooner is a net gain of $80,000+
If I were in your shoes, I would gladly pay $300 for a success coach to walk me through the application process.
Can you afford NOT to accept my help?