Sorry to hear of your ejection...don't EVER give up on your dreams. If you feel you were wrongly ejected, then fight it! Go all the way up the chain if you have to. I hate power-hungry, uncompassionate teachers.
If they ejected you for making a mistake, then I really don't understand. Nursing school is where you should make mistakes, and learn from them. Have they fully explained the reason behind this?
I got some bad advise while in the middle of my 1st sem and wish that I could go back and change my decision to take a leave of absence for fam med reasons. But, I didn't, and 2 yrs later I am re-applying (new school, new state). (My preceptor was very sensitive to what was going on w/me and told me to take the leave of absence, but I had to see the one above her before I could do this). BTW I did great in clinicals (got an A), but a D academically. (Academics weighed heavier, and I got A's on h/w but D's on my exams).
I can see being dropped because someone just doesn't have the ability/compassion (I have seen this, even w/good students). By ability I mean someone who repeatedly makes the many mistakes and doesn't learn from them and repeatedly makes the same mistakes over and over again. But what upsets me is when I see someone that just needs a little encouragement and tutoring.
Sorry for rambling on, but the message I want to get across is stick to it, others don't know what u r going through. You r your own best motivater!
Dreaming Nursing Dreams!!!