You'll have a few hoops to jump through after you're an RN as well. But, no nursing school
isn't like the real world of nursing. Keep in mind, you are brand new, so the stress of learning so many new things and having to meet so many goals factors in.
But also know that once you graduate, you will probably experience "reality shock." Hopefully, your instructors will bring in some guest speakers and talk to you about this at some point.
The first 6 mos-1 year as a new nurse are very eye opening (at least for me, they were).
Right now you are in nursing school, and that's enough to focus on. Pat yourself on the back for each hoop you jump. I know it seems like a hassle, but it's part of the process. We all did it too. Hang in there. Try to keep a positive outlook.You can do it.