Ah girl, I feel your pain. It seems that for every good, helpful nurse we run into in clinicals, there is one who seems to hate us simply because we exist. I try to avoid the hateful ones and stick with the good ones.
One clinical shift, I did get stuck with the worst, and I mean worst, nurse any of us had encountered at any location. She was hateful to us from the moment we walked onto the floor. So, when I was teamed up with her...I was especially sure I knew what I was doing. I became an expert on every med I'd give, I assessed every possible thing I could assess with my pt, etc. etc. When she'd drill me, I had the answers and delivered them as sweetly as possible. Therein lies the key...kill them with kindness. Or as my grandmother used to say, "You get more flies with honey than vinegar". When this nurse would tell us to "just get away from me", I'd say, "certainly, where would you prefer I stand". I told her "thank you" and "i appreciate that" (very sincerely) every time I could and just loved watching her bluster and stutter. It was like she didn't know how to respond if I was nice.
So, I guess I'd suggest you do the same thing we had to do...bite your tongue, smile a lot, offer unconditional help, never stand around (ask if you can help them with anything) and be very gracious. It hurts and sometimes you want to tell them where to go. After my first day on this unit, I cried all the way home. By the end of my rotation, I almost felt sorry for this lady because it must be really hard going through life feeling so bitter.
Hang in there and go be one of the "good" ones.
B.S.N. in December 2003!!!