"Yeah, I know."
Well, when I asked you about where you are in your preceptorship, you should have given me a better answer. That's the difficulty with precepting with a different nurse every day, but it's harder for us than it is for you, so work with us a bit.
Really, I shouldn't have to ask, anyway. Take initiative. When I was new (which wasn't that long ago), I would go to every nurse at the beginning of the day and say, "Hello, I'm Christine. Nice to meet you. I'm comfortable with a, b, c. I am still having trouble with x, y, z. Today I would like to [focus on working the room while you chart, try to do everything completely on my own, etc etc]." It just made the day much smoother.
But I get so peeved when I'm trying to teach them something, and they cut me off, and say in a snobby tone, "Yeah, I know." You know what? Just suck it up, okay? I got so much repetitive information when I was in training, but I'd rather hear something 100 times then never learn it at all. I don't know what the other nurses told you. And if you keep saying, "Yeah, I know" every time I try to tell you something, guess what? You're going to stop getting help. That is my biggest pet peeve.
Also, please give me a simple, "Thank you for your help" at the end of the day. Trying to teach you while I'm running a room is harder than you realize, and we don't get extra compensation for it. It's nice to hear that you absorbed information and are appreciative of it.