I tell people I only have 5 more clinical experiences left to go through, and they're all saying "wow, so close to the end, you're gonna make it". This is even with knowing my history.
I'll know I've made it as I'm walking to my car on the very last clinical day. Then I'll feel totally safe. With my average, I can get a ZERO on the final and still pass the class. So no worries about grades. My professor even took me aside to ask me what my exam grade was, and I told her I only got a 90. She laughed... only? I said yeah, I got 2 points more last year. Then I told her about the ZERO, and she said "how wonderful for you that you don't have to worry about the test, all you have to do is get through the 5 more clincal days and you'll graduate, that's wonderful". This will not make me complacent, but I'm fairly comfortable. My only concern are my impulses, and I'm doing what I can to make sure I don't shoot myself in the foot.
No worries about my clinical skills either, really. I just need to stay sharp and have my wits about me, that's all. My professor's been awesome, and I have been doing what I can to get along with everyone, and not be over the top. I have my moments, but I'm mostly in check. It's exhausting, but I'm doing it.
26 more days. Then I will go someplace out in the middle of nowhere, or as close as I can get to it, and scream at the top of my lungs.