Taking a study break here...and posting is so much more fun!Now, I haven't started nursing school yet, so I can't offer any personal experience, but perhaps you all can. Many people have said that nursing school is challenging, difficult, one of the hardest majors, etc., and this is definitely what I'm preparing myself for in the fall. Did any of you ever come across someone who had a relatively easy time of it? From my past experiences, there's always one genius type in the group who aces everything, seemingly effortlessly. If such a person exists in nursing school, that person must be doubly talented since one must apply her/himself in both the theory AND clinical portions of the program. Perhaps some of you are/were one of these people? I am curious to know...Disclaimers: I know that grades do not make the nurse. I know that people usually have other responsiblities in addition to nursing school. I am not expecting to be one of the people I speculated about in my question. This is merely a point of curiosity. Thank you.