Throughout nursing school you will find that you will have instructors that you really hate and despise and you will find that you will have instructors that you really enjoy learning from. You also find that you have patients that try your patience and you will have patients that you really enjoy being around.
Also throughout nursing school you will find that it's a real pain in the backside to do care plans
. I would venture to guess that doing care plans is pretty much universally despised by nursing students everywhere, I do too. I also find that doing care plans is incredibly useful for learning how to take care of patients. To that and, as much as I hate doing them, I put as much effort into making them as good as I possibly can.
I had the great and wonderful experience of not having a clinical instructor mesh well with me. Yes, I learned a lot from that instructor, but for some reason I ended up having to repeat the course and because I was already knowledgeable about what was coming up in the coursework, I was able to essentially act as a peer tutor. Guess what? Best thing I could've ever had happened to me. Being available to teach my peers also helped me further solidify my skills and my knowledge base. I personally feel like I am very much ready to knock this semester out of the ballpark and in terms of nursing knowledge and education, I am a whole lot better than I was!
Nursing school is not so much about learning how to get along with your instructors, your peers, your patients, it is about learning what you need to do in order to become an effective and safe nurse. It is also, tangentially, about learning how to navigate the politics of the working world.
Learn what you need to learn from the people that you need to learn from, even the nursing school instructors that you hate because they have something that they can teach you.