I just need some encouragement right now. So bear (sp?) with me... I am in the middle of transferring after my first semester of a terrible nursing program. The highest grade in the class was an 83 for the semester. Needless to say, I do not have all A's anymore, and I decided I couldn't go through another semester like that. We went from 70 students to about 30 in just the first semester. The instructors just could not have cared less, really. Nursing school
is hard enough without fighting the instructors, too. Anyway, I'm interviewing at another program that I've heard good things about. I have been accepted pending my NLN score, which I'm not all too concerned about.
I have shed many tears, because several months will pass before I can start back. Is it worth it? I love the profession, and I loved clinicals. Nursing seems to be right up my alley, but after such a horrible semester, I question my abilities. Please tell me that it is possible to do this!
Thanks for listening.