No problem, glad to help... to answer your new questions: I did my clinicals at nursing homes the first quarter, in the beginning, you"ll split your time bwtween clinicals and labs. From there went to Mercy Mt. Airy, Mercy Anderson, Shriners Burn Hospital, Tri Health Parrish Nursing (home visits), adult day cares, and more nursing homes. All of my instructors were good, they split lecture time so even if you don't have an instructor for clinicals, she may still present lectures. You will grow to hate white, as your scrubs
for clinical have to be white: white pants, white collared shirt and white shoes.
Once you are in the program, the advisor for you class: 1st or 2nd year nursing, will place you in your classes. You are able to sign up for what days you want clinical/class, but no guarantees you will get it: I usually liked to have Friday off, so I would sign up for MWTH but it didn't always work out. You have no say in where you do clinicals.
As for teachers, all of them are good, I didn't have them all as clinical instructors, but as I said, you will become familiar with them all. Now, I work in the PICU at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Good Luck!