Calm Down!!!! LOL
No, you are not expected to be at clinical 14 hours. They just want you to block out the entire day because not every clinical will be dayshift. For example, you may have dayshift in med-surg (7am - 2pm) the first third of the semester, your 2nd clinical rotation may be oncology (3pm - 9:30 pm), and the last third of the semester may be back to dayshift in psych. These are just examples, but you get the idea. Each clinical day is about 6.5 hours, including lunch & post-conference.
Your theory days are usually spent 2.5 hours in lecture.
In addition, especially 1st semester, you will have many skills to check off on in the lab. Plan to spend many hours practicing and be kind to your lab staff
Mondays are usually off. They can schedule tests at their discretion (and do so), so never plan to work a Monday. Plan this day for study/lab time.
Couple of tips:
1. The first few weeks are crazy. You will feel unorganized and overwhelmed. This too shall pass and you will find yourself in a "groove" soon enough. Take one day at a time and micro-manage yourself.
2. You don't need more than 2 uniforms. And the pants don't fit right. Most of us bought white scrub pants elsewhere.....just make sure the white matches and the material is close.
3. Talk to upper level students before purchasing books. You can buy second-hand at a cheaper cost and get the same info (except Davis's Drug Guide).
4. Get yourself organized. A calendar is a must as there will be plenty of due dates.
5. Invest in a decent stethoscope if you can. I bought a Littman for about $80. The clarity made it easier to hear sounds when I was first learning.
Hope this helps you. Good Luck!