I live in Texas and on November 17th I am taking my state exam. Needless to say I am shaking in my boots. The main reason I am nervous is because during my clinical the very first skill my instructor placed me on a male peri care. The instructor had no prior knowledge of how messy this peri care was, but when she saw it she said it was extremely messy. Where I messed up was that there was no incontinence pad under the resident prior to starting the peri care and I was so nervous and caught up in my first skill that I forgot to send one of my classmates to grab one. Also on my last day of clinical the class was running a tad late and I had to get to work right after clinical, but my teacher wanted us to do vitals on each other. I nailed all of them except for blood pressure, I just caved under the pressure and did a bad read. I'm not even sure what happened , I have my own stethoscope and blood pressure cuff and I can get a good reading every time and while I was in the classroom and my instructor was on the dual stethoscope with me I got it right every time as well. Everything else went well with my clinical, but I am still nervous. My last day of clinical was October 25th and I have been going over my CNA state handbook and textbook everyday since then. I also have been practicing my blood pressure reading on my family so much that they go into hiding every time they see my bp cuff lol. Am I worrying about nothing? Will I be okay?