These kind of posts are always difficult to answer because we are only hearing your side of the story and there is also the instructor's side which we are never going to hear which I am sure is much different from yours. No doubt, because I was in supervision and management, there is some miscommunication and wrong analysis of the situation somewhere. There is no way of knowing where.
You asked for suggestions on which way to turn. You can go any way you like. The only way another school is going to find out that you failed in another nursing program is if you tell them. Schools
, unlike employers, do not do background checks of your educational background. They depend on your honesty in providing them with a list of the schools you previously attended. If you never reveal that you attended and failed out of this current nursing program, get accepted into another nursing school
and never talk about it to anyone, how could they ever find out?[FONT=Arial Unicode MS]
Your title was, and you also asked, "Do I have to choose another profession if I fail clinicals?" You can choose any profession you like. If you cannot do nursing, look at other healthcare professions, particularly the business aspect of healthcare. I studied medical records, now called Health Information Management, when I started having a lot of medical problems that restricted my ability to perform physically as an RN. This career requires knowledge of anatomy & physiology in order to understand what the doctors are documenting and knowledge of how computer programs work which they teach you in the classes. You can also check with your college to see what other kinds of healthcare careers they train people for.