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doh, failed pediatrics

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I failed my fist nursing class(pediatrics) ever, and I've been so depressed. I did some bad things to get my frustration out, and I don't know what to do now, I have an appointment so the dean next monday the 9th to see how or if I can get back on track, but failing a class is so depressing I haven't been myself since I found out, and I'm kind of stuck. I don't know how to push myself to continue on and can't take my mind off of it. Help me find my way back. =(

fiveofpeep

Specializes in critical care, PACU. Has 2 years experience.

Im so sorry to hear that. My pediatrics class is turning out to be pretty abysmal as well. We had our first test and everyone who turned in their test looked near tears.

Maybe you can take this time to do some general ed and just relax from the stresses of nursing school. Also, graduating a little later may actually be helpful because the economy is so bad right now.

Good luck and I'm sorry

(((((NursingIs4CoolPeople))))) This peds/maternity rotation has been the greatest for me clinical-wise, and horrible class-wise. My final's on Tuesday, I'm passing, but it's been rough. I feel for you.

labrador4122, RN

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I failed my fist nursing class(pediatrics) ever, and I've been so depressed. I did some bad things to get my frustration out, and I don't know what to do now, I have an appointment so the dean next monday the 9th to see how or if I can get back on track, but failing a class is so depressing I haven't been myself since I found out, and I'm kind of stuck. I don't know how to push myself to continue on and can't take my mind off of it. Help me find my way back. =(

I am so sorry this happened to you!

Don't give up! and keep trying because you will make it to be an RN.

I remember how sad I was when I failed the peds math test on the 2nd try, I felt like my world was crushed, and I just wanted the ground to swallow me whole, but don't let it get you down.

I hope by this time you are well off onto your next semester, and hopefully moving on up in the 'endless' nursing program journey.

best of luck to you!

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