I just got a position as a new graduate nurse on a Medical-Surgical unit working nights and every 3rd weekend. For some reason, I feel TERRIFIED...like I will not know anything. I graduated back in May, so it has been a while since I have practiced my skills. The new grad orientation is 90 days long and they even told me that if I did not feel ready to be on my own after that time...I could have longer. I will work with a preceptor and only start out with 1-2 patients at the most.I am scared that the other nurses will think I am an idiot if I ask a lot of questions. I go in December for my health check/registration and general 2 day hospital orientation then everything starts from there. And to top it off, I have NEVER worked night shift. All of the nurses that are there have told me it is a great unit to learn on, because you get the hang of standard protocol for various surgeries like hip and knee replacements, among other things.Any advice for me? I am just worried....I am an RN, BSN and dont want to look stupid. The thought of being alone and having so much responsibility just freaks me out.Help calm my nerves please!