i'm a new grad, started 1 wk orientation at ltc last week. this is how it went and why i was asked to consider somewhere else:1. the 1st preceptor i had came down on me alittle hard when i was giving out meds for the 1st time. she also got annoyed with me asking questions.2. changed preceptors and asked for more time.3 got more time and my 2nd preceptor wondered why i asked for more orientation time because i was giving out meds so well 4. had to do a med pass today, where someone other than the preceptor watches u give out meds - failed it, here's why:-i put my meds on a tray and set it down on a chair next to the resident, to give it- according to the person giving the med pass this is not allowed- she says i didnt wash my hands long enough- even though i was counting as i washed my hands, and 1 or 2 little not drastic mistakes were made- i was nervous, she said these were the problems not giving out meds themselves.this is annoying and discouraging seeing that it took me 5 mo to find this job, cause here in nyc everyone wants pn with experience. what do you guys think, and what should i do!:trout: i posted earlier on how i was ''let go'' on my new job. anyway, do you all think 1 week of orientation is enough for a new grad (pn) working in a nrsg home with 40 residents.