First of all, congratulations on getting accepted into a NP program!! That is no small feat in this competitive admission climate. You should be very proud of your accomplishments
That being said, I don't think you're alone; I've been feeling the same way, lol!! I've worked so hard to gain acceptance into a program and cried over denial letters that you would think that I would just be over the moon with joy now that I've been accepted. Don't get me wrong, I'm very happy to be accepted but, now, I find myself so anxious about starting the program. I fear that I won't be able to cut it as an ACNP and I fear starting over as a novice. I'm used to being one of the "expert nurses" at work and a good student. I'm worried about writing graduate level papers and pathophysiology, pharmacology, etc. I guess, that like you, I'm afraid of failing. Maybe that fear is a healthy way of keeping us on our toes during the next journey in our lives
It sounds like you have a strong determination and drive to meet your goals so I'll bet that you will be successful in your studies. Here's to first day jitters!!
BTW, what type of NP program are you entering?