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CRNA, Korean-American, Husband, Father

XXXX University is my first choice among Master’s Degree programs in Nurse Anesthesia because I am attracted to the fact that it is new, beginning only in 2012. I appreciate the small class size and most admirable student-to-faculty ratio that maximizes possibilities for interaction and, subsequentl…

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CRNA, Motherhood, Career Advancement

XXXX University is my first choice for graduate study since it is the only Nurse Anesthesia Program in Utah. I applied to your program last year and earned a spot on the waitlist. Since then, I have retaken the GRE and modestly improved my scores. I have also finished my BSN with a 4.0 GPA. I want v…

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CRNA, Nurse Anesthesia, Filipino & Chinese

Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, I am a young man and a nurse who is three quarters Filipino and one quarter Chinese. One of four siblings, I grew up in a tiny, humble home in one of the most impoverished slums in Manila, far from the city lights. We were happy despite the fact that 15 people…

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Nursing Masters, CRNA, Latina, Bilingual

I am applying to XXXX’s CRNA program because I am convinced that it is one of the finest programs in the country and its location is convenient for my family and my career as a nursing professional. I have extensive experience in the importance of pain control, having spent years as a nursing profes…

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MSN, Masters Anesthesia, CRNA, OR

During my surgical rotation in nursing school, I fell in love with the excitement and challenge, the adrenaline of OR. Soon, I became especially curious about the nurse anesthetist. I found myself asking a ton of questions to CRNAs about their responsibilities. As a result of this passion developing…

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