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If you are new to All-CRNA-Schools.com, this is the place to begin. This page will act as a site map and help you find the articles you need to find, to help you in your specific situation.
You’re considering becoming a Certified Nurse Anesthetist?
CRNA Salaries by State: It’s no secret that CRNA’s make a lot of money. If you’re wondering just how much they make, you’ll want to check out this page. Not only do I break down how much the average Certified Nurse Anesthetist makes in each state, I also adjust that salary for cost of living, so that you can compare from state to state to see where you can live that will give you the most bang for your buck. The reason I list “CRNA salaries by state” in this section is that money can be a pretty big motivator for each of us. If you know what you’ll be getting on the other side of the grueling education, it gives you the motivation to keep pushing forward.
Is Nurse Anesthesia a Good Job? Whether you’re not quite sure what you want to be when you “grow up”, or you’ve already “grown-up” and have other career options, this article will help you decide if CRNA is right for you.
What is a CRNA: explores the different aspects of the job, as well as profiles personality types that are most likely to succeed in the Certified Nurse Anesthetist profession. When you’ve finished reading this article, you’ll have a better sense of whether or not this career path is for you.
Advanced Practice Registered Nursing: Certified Nurse Anesthetists are only one type of advanced practice nurse. This article explores the many types of advanced practice nursing opportunities as well as compares the income attainable in each one. This will help you adequately explore all of your other options.
Anesthesia Assistant: If you like anesthesia but (for whatever reason) you don’t want to become a nurse, you can still practice anesthesia! Here, you can explore the anesthesia assistant career field.
You DEFINITELY want to become a CRNA
How to Become a CRNA: This is the first article you should read if you’re certain you want to become a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. It will give you a general outline of all of the major milestones you’ll need to hit before you apply to CRNA School; it’s a great overview.
CRNA School Guide: This e-book explains all of the steps of the admission process in detail and out from your competition.
CRNA School Requirements (including a thorough section on ICU experience): Once you’ve read the overview and which ones can be bypassed.
An Average CRNA Program : Before you begin searching for the right CRNA program, you’ll want to know how CRNA programs can vary.
You are currently a student
Whether you’re still in high school, you’re in a nursing program, or you’re a full time RN (Registered Nurse) just finishing up your BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), there are three pages that will help you do well in school.
How to Prepare to be a Certified Nurse Anesthetist While You’re Still in School: Gives you tips on how to get the right kind of experience, and what classes you should take to get you on the “fast track” to your goal.
How to get the Best Grades with the Least Amount of Effort: Some people are naturally “good at school”, while others seem to struggle their entire academic career. Whether you are the former or the latter, you’ll need to excel in school if you want to become a Certified Nurse Anesthetist. The minimum GPA requirement for most schools is a 3.0, but realistically, you should have a 3.5 or better to be competitive. Though I’ve been an “A” student all my life, I learned some very valuable study tips from this e-book and use the strategies that best work for you.
You’re in the CRNA School Selection Process
In order of popularity, these are the pages of my site you’ll find most helpful when you begin your CRNA School searching process.
CRNA Schools by State not only lists schools by state, it also explains how to find schools where you already meet the requirements, saving you the hassle of taking extra classes.
Unique CRNA Programs will help you find schools that will accept a lower GPA, accept ER as critical care experience, do not require the GRE and are less competitive in general. It is the 3rd most popular page on my site.
CRNA Schools by Cost: Schools that charge out of state tuition are listed twice: first for in state tuition, and then for out of state.
CRNA Schools by Application Deadline not only lists schools by their deadline, but explains when it is best to apply and how many programs you should apply to.
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